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The Keswick School
The Keswick School of Industrial Arts was founded in 1884 by Canon Hardwicke Rawnsley amd his wife Edith as an evening class in repousse metalwork in the Crosthwaite Parish Rooms, just outside Keswick in the Lake District of Cumbria. Rawnsley was a close friend of John Ruskin, whose art and writings laid the foundations of the Arts and Crafts movement. The school prospered, and swiftly developed a reputation for high quality copper and silver decorative metalwork. By 1890 the school was exhibiting nationally and winning prizes. A sample of its work can be seen in our November New Finds. The school closed in 1984. Source - Wikipedia.