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Liberty for Anthropologie Monogram Hook

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Liberty for Anthropologie

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Style No. 42908756 ; Color Code: 095

Guided by his vision to create fashion that eschewed the trends of his time, Arthur Lasenby Liberty created the iconic Liberty London in 1875. Housed in a mock-Tudor building on Great Marlborough Street, the brand is widely known for the eclectic prints that define its line of luxury fabrics, accessories and home goods. A time-honored haven for those with a penchant for ornamentation, Liberty has formed a legacy rooted in its exceptionally crafted designs and its deci...

Guided by his vision to create fashion that eschewed the trends of his time, Arthur Lasenby Liberty created the iconic Liberty London in 1875. Housed in a mock-Tudor building on Great Marlborough Street, the brand is widely known for the eclectic prints that define its line of luxury fabrics, accessories and home goods. A time-honored haven for those with a penchant for ornamentation, Liberty has formed a legacy rooted in its exceptionally crafted designs and its decidedly British sensibilities.

Edenham: a classic Liberty print since 1997, this floral motif gathers an assortment of fresh buttercups, forget-me-nots and roses to create its well-loved design.

Printed on B, G, L, Q, V, &

Laburnum: originally illustrated for Liberty in the 1930s, this pared-back print recalls the pea-shaped flowers and trio of leaflets that bloom from its namesake tree.

Printed on C, H, M, R, W

Mabelle drawing inspiration from Indian designs of the 17th and 18th century, this contemporary print has been a Liberty staple since 2007.

Printed on E, J, O, T, Y

Nina Taylor: originally designed for a seasonal collection inspired by William Morris's poem, "Earthly Paradise," this hand-drawn sandalwood print recalls the charm and beauty of the visible world.

Printed on A, F, K, P, U, Z

Sophie Jane: in a print drawn from Liberty's "Plants that Changed the World" collection, tea and coffee mingle amongst blooming periwinkles and fragrant pinks, celebrating British history and traditions - and of course, the joy of a good, hot beverage.

Printed on D, I, N, S, X

  • Hardware required
  • Stoneware; hand-applied decal
  • Imported

Dimensions

  • 6.5"H, 1.75"W
  • 1.75" projection