|Kate Muriel Mason Eadie
|Died||8 November 1945 (age 67)
Alcester, Warwickshire, England
|Style||Arts and Crafts|
Kate Muriel Mason Eadie RMS ARBSA (1878 – 8 November 1945) was a jeweller and craftswoman in Birmingham, England, working in the Arts and Crafts style. In September 1940, she married the Birmingham Pre-Raphaelite painter Sidney Meteyard, who she met when she studied at Birmingham School of Art, having modelled for many of his pictures, including Jasmine. They worked together on stained glass.
In 1915, she was elected an associate of the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists, with whom she had exhibited a case of jewellery in 1908-1909, a processional cross in 1909, and another case of jewellery in 1911.
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