A “Tudric” Pewter Liberty Clock designed by Archibald Knox
Height 23.5 cm
- Stephen A Martin, Archibald Knox, Artmedia Press, 2nd edition, 2001, pages 65, 241 (top left).
- Adrian Tilbrook, The Designs of Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co., Richard Dennis, Somerset, 1995, page 108.
- Paul Carter Robinson, 20th Century Pewter: Art Nouveau to Modernism, 2012, page 119 (top right). Also an early Liberty sketch on page 121.
- Archibald Knox: Beauty and Modernity, a Designer Ahead of His Time, 150th Anniversary Exhibition Catalogue, Olympia, June 2014, The Archibald Knox Society, page 16.
Photograph courtesy of Professor Eli Talmor, London.
Manufacturer Liberty & Co.
Designer Archibald Knox
Description Rare polished pewter clock
Country of Manufacture England
Marks TUDRIC 0255
Size 23.5cms high
Other information Ref: Archibald Knox by Stephen A. Martin. Pub. Artmedia Press, 2001, p.241 for similar example
Photograph and description courtesy of Titus Omega.
ARCHIBALD KNOX FOR LIBERTY & CO
'TUDRIC' MANTEL CLOCK, CIRCA 1910
pewter and copper, the case of rectangular stepped tapering form embossed with stylised plant forms, stamped marks, no 0255
Literature; Tilbrook, Adrian J., 'The Designs of Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co.', pub. Ornament Press Ltd., 1976, figure 90
Picture and description courtesy of Lyon and Turnbull Auctioneers