1 piece of artwork, featuring a liveried Perring van, dated November 1965; 1 b/w photograph of a liveried van; 1 sheet of letterhead paper; 3 swing tickets, one marked up for re-design and a revised version incorporating the annotations; brochure; publicity leaflet for the Perring Wokingham sofa and chair; 3 album pages with mounted examples of work for Perring: publicity material and swing tickets.
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- ReferenceGB 1837 DES/RHZ/1/1/34
- Dates of Creation1965-1967
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description11 pieces
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Perring Interiors was the trademark of the company formed when John Perring and William Perring's separate businesses were reunited in 1966. An article by Dorothy Meade (see Publication note) in 1976 refers to the new house style revised last spring, and recently extended to both John and William shops, is gradually spreading to all shopfronts, vans, tickets, tags, stationery etc...'
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Physical Characteristics and/or Technical Requirements
gouache on paper; photographic print; ink on paper; string
Created by Sue Breakell
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Dorothy Meade 'Perrings at the crossroads'. 'Design' 227 (Nov 1967), 55-57