The Liberty Style, Japan, June 1999, p.122, no. 192
Articles in the same design: Liberty's 1875-1975: An Exhibition to Mark the Firm's Centenary, Victoria and Albert Museum, July-October 1975, p.64, cat. nos D115 A-H
The hair brush illustrated: The Studio Yearbook of Decorative Art, 1909, p. 143
A dish in the same design illustrated: Gerald & Celia Larner, The Glasgow Style, Edinburgh, 1979, no. 199
Jessie M. King was an instructor in book decoration at the Glasgow School of Art and an exponent of the ‘Glasgow Style’. She had a successful career as an illustrator working for Scottish and English publishers while also producing designs for wallpapers, textiles and a variety of items for Liberty & Co. King appears to have been one of Liberty’s most successful jewellery designers, with her necklaces, pendants, buttons, and brooches incorporating the elliptical curves, stylised roses, and birds that became her signature. These designs first appeared in Liberty catalogues in 1905 and were still in production over twenty years later.
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