Collection: Liberty Hesketh House collection

About Hesketh House

Arthur Lasenby Liberty first opened the Liberty store on Regent Street in London on May 15th 1875, selling imported ornaments textiles and artefacts from the East. Liberty’s wish was to influence the public’s taste by giving them the opportunity to buy beautiful and otherwise unattainable things.

Titled in honour of a favorite artwork in the Liberty archive dating from the 1890’s, ‘The Hesketh House Collection’ draws inspiration from heritage interior details of an English stately manor.

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