See also Bell, Alfred, and Clayton, J. R. They formed a partnership in around 1855 and carried out much decorative work for Scott, including 1867 the Foreign Office, 1872 Bangor Cathedral, 1870 Middle Claydon Church, 1873-6 Exeter Cathedral, plus stained glass in 1864 at Pershore Abbey plus other windows there in 1869-73, and in 1871-7 the glass for Rochester Cathedral. They had a purpose built Ruskinian Gothic factory designed by Arthur Blomfield in King Street, Covent Garden. Their only known quarrel was about whose name should be second in the partnership as each believed his friend’s should be first.