In 1920-21 an exhibition of British Arts and Crafts, including the work of Alexander Fisher, toured America. Starting with the Detroit Society of Arts and Crafts, in December in the rooms of the Society, 25 Watson Street, Detroit, Michigan. From Detroit the collection went to a number of the large cities, among them Philadelphia, Boston, Chicago, Buffalo, Cleveland and Pittsburgh, the circuit being concluded, in May, in Washington, where the collection was shown in the Corcoran Gallery of Art at the time of the Annual Convention of the American Federation of Arts, under the auspices of the Federation's local chapter, the Washington Society of the Fine Arts.
Below are exhibits of the work of Alexander Fisher:
Morse by Alexander Fisher. Gold and silver and enamel, Set with sapphires and moonstones; design in repousse 'The Worship of the Magi'
Silver and enamel casket 'The Rayleigh Ship' by Omar Ramsden. Silver and enamel box by Phyliss Legge. Silver box by Alexander Fisher
Steel and silver casket by Alexander Fisher