T. W. Camm
Thomas William Camm (1839 – 1912) was an English stained glass designer and manufacturer.
Born in Spon Lane, West Bromwich, he worked for the ornamental department of Chance Brothers in Smethwick until it closed down in 1865, when he set up his own company of Camm Brothers. This was bought by the Birmingham firm of R. W. Winfield in 1882, but by 1888 Camm was again working independently as T. W. Camm.
at the present moment a large number of artists in England are producing work of most singular beauty and perfection. Amongst these I have no hesitation in placing Mr. Camm easily as the first.
Other artist-makers who worked for the company included Florence Evelyn Loach and her husband Albert Fell. They both also acted as models for Florence Camm's work, including the 'Dante and Beatrice' windows, which are now in Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.
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