- Also known as
Liberty & Co
primary name: Liberty & Co
other name: Liberty
- unknown; shop/business; British
- Other dates
- 1875- (Established)
- 218A Regent Street, London W
- Celebrated department store, founded by Arthur Lasenby Liberty (1843-1917) which was opened in Regent Street, London in 1875. Many celebrated artists designed for them. They were jewellery importers as well as manufacturers. The manufacture of the firm's 'Cymric' jewellery and silver and the 'Tudric' pewter wares was undertaken with the assistance of the Birmingham firm of W H Haseler.
- Culme, 'The Directory of Gold & Silversmiths, Jewellers and Allied Traders 1838-1914', Woodbridge 1987
London 1975, Victoria and Albert Museum, 'Liberty's 1875-1975'
Morris, B. 'Liberty Design 1874-1914', London 1989
Bury, S., 'New Light on the Liberty's metalwork venture', Bulletin of the Decorative Arts Society 1890-1940, no.1, 197
Levy, M., 'Liberty Style', London 1986