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SANDERSON & SONS FACTORY. 10 Barley Mow Passage, Chiswick, London. 1902 For Sanderson & Sons wallpaper manufacturers. (The building has been converted into offices and called Voysey House) The walls are faced with white-glazed bricks and Staffordshire blue bricks and the coping is of Portland stone. The roof is half glass and half slate.