Spooner was also a teacher of 'Design for Cabinetmakers, Metal Workers' for the Guild of Handicraft from 1899 until the late 1920s. Founded in 1896 and located at the Central School of Arts and Crafts, the aim of the school was to 'to encourage the industrial application of decorative design.' Alumni of the school included Edward Barnsley, who was under the tutelage of Spooner from 1922-1923.
Ralph Edwards, Keeper of the Furniture and Woodwork Department at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London had been Spooner’s friend and described him as ‘a learned ecclesiologist and man of fine taste, and closely identified with the Early Crafts Movement’.
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