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These gorgeous orange (ceramic?) knobs are found throughout the Edward Crane House, a circa 1895 Queen Anne in Somerville, MA.

E. Hutré. Architectural Project: Design for a wall decoration with peacock, cranes, and sunflowers, ca. 1900. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Edward Pearce Casey Fund, 1991 (1991.1288) #peacock

Walter Crane - Detail of the gold mosaic floor, c.1881 (80,0 x 61,0 cm)

Gold mosaic floor (detail) by Walter Crane, ca.1881. Houses of Parliament, Westminster, London, UK

Faralda NDSM Crane Hotel. Location: Amsterdam; firm: interior designer Edward van Vliet and Heidi Much; fabrics: JAB Anstoetz; photos: Denise Keus. description: 1) Mystique | Suite No1 - 45 mtrs 2) Secret | Suite No2 - 40mtrs 3) Free Spirit | Suite No3 - 35mtrs; 4) Jacuzzi 50 meters in height

Faralda NDSM Crane Hotel. Location: Amsterdam; firm: interior designer Edward van Vliet and Heidi Much; fabrics: JAB Anstoetz; photos: Denise Keus. description: 1) Mystique | Suite No1 - 45 mtrs 2) Secret | Suite No2 - 40mtrs 3) Free Spirit | Suite No3 - 35mtrs; 4) Jacuzzi 50 meters in height

Art Nouveau Peacock No. 1, Giclee Art Print, Poster, Home Decor, Wall Art, Arts and Crafts Era, Craftsman, Mission Style Art Print

Émile Hurtré (French, active ca. 1890–1900). Design for a Wall Decoration with Peacock, Cranes, and Sunflowers for the Restaurant in Hotel Langham (Paris), 1896-1898. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Edward Pearce Casey Fund, 1991. (1991.1288) #paris