0227

Manufacturer   Liberty & Co.

Designer   Archibald Knox

Description   Polished pewter large vase with three feet

Country of Manufacture   England

Date   c.1905

Size   23.5cms high, 8.75cms diameter

Photograph and description courtesy of Titus Omega.

Model number 0227

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Pewter vase model 0227 designed by Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co.

Highly polished finish.

Photograph and description courtesy of a private collector.

0227

A Liberty & Co polished pewter vase designed by Archibald Knox, model no.0227, flaring cylindrical form, on tripod foot, cast in low relief with pendulous flower stems stamped number 24.5cm. high.

Literature: Victor Arwas Art Nouveau From Mackintosh to Liberty Papadakis, page 126 for a variation of this vase in silver.

Photograph and description courtesy of Woolley and Wallis Auctioneers.

Pewtre vase model 0227

Arts & Crafts Tudric pewter and enamel vase designed by Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co, England c1902

Marks: Made in England, 0227, ENGLISH PEWTER

Height: 9.75 inches

Photograph and description courtesy of Morgan Strickland Decorative Arts.

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A tall flared vase supported on three Celtic entrelac inspired whiplash feet which are typical of Knox’s designs for his range of ‘Tudric’ pewter for Liberty and Company. The body of the vase is decorated with elongated lines terminating in stylised flower heads.

Marked: 0227
Height: 24cm
Circa 1902
Designer: Archibald Knox
Unusually this piece has been silver plated

Photograph and description courtesy of The Gooday Gallery.