William Morris Gallery Ready Reader Collection

William Morris Gallery Ready Reader Collection


Our new product line of Ready Readers celebrates the highly recognisable William Morris textile designs.

An exclusive, premium collection designed in the UK with Matching microfiber pouches, which double as polishing cloths. Featuring reading lenses in 5 strengths (from +1.00 to +3.00).
The collection comes with bespoke packaging and point of sale material making it a complete collection.

A percentage of all sales will be donated to the William Morris Gallery for arts education


William Morris London, The Mill
Stortford Rd, Hatfield Heath
Bishop's Stortford
CM22 7DL
United Kingdom


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  • William Morris London has collaborated with a world-renowned art organisation founded by designer William Morris to create a fantastic new product line of Ready Readers and Sunglasses.  
  • Poppy is another early William Morris design.  Poppy flowers and foliage create an intricate floral weave in a deep burgundy colour.  It provides a sharp contrast against the light, spring-like Golden ...
  • Golden Lily was one of the earlier iconic designs from the Morris collection.  A symmetrical wandering pattern is not dissimilar to tapestry designs that were renowned before Morris’ time.  Varying ye ...
  • William Morris took his inspiration for Brother Rabbit from the Brer Rabbit stories, written by Joel Chandler Harris.  The design is a beautiful muted blue tone with a stunning black design weaving it ...
  • The Art of Display

    16 May 2022
    Our bespoke packaging and display materials have been designed to help present this collection at its best. A 5 piece paper display stand, feature paper eyewear bag and look book brochure all tell the ...
  • One of William Morris’s most expensive, technically challenging, yet commercially successful designs; The Strawberry Thief was inspired by the thrushes that decimated the fruit in his garden at Kelmsc ...
  • Morris described Acanthus as a “luxurious” pattern, an appropriate description since early on, Morris textiles were only available to the wealthy class. Acanthus later found its way to printed wallpap ...
  • The Art of Reading  
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