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The Ickleford Industries of Applied Arts – as it was known formally – applied its arts and crafts skills to a wide range of metals. The majority of commercially produced work was in brass and copper. Ironwork and stainless steel seems to have been more experimental.
Click each material type for examples of this work.
In addition to metalwork, we have physical evidence of Ickleford Arts Industries’ work with moulded leather and painted furniture.
The notable diversification was into tapestry which led to the creation of The Cambridge Tapestry Company.
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