The pair of clocks shown are model 0629 which are both Tudric pewter and enamel of “architectural” design.

The smaller one is the more common and comes in a height of 18.6 cm as can be seen in Dr. Martin’s book “Archibald Knox” 2001, Artmedia Press on page 233.

The larger example of model 0629 is the only known example to exist. It is proportionally larger with a height of 26 cm., and It is thought that it may have been produced as a special order, or for a showroom display.

Photograph courtesy of Professor Eli Talmor, Israel.

Used Liberty_architectural_clock

Manufacturer   Liberty & Co.

Designer   Archibald Knox

Description   Polished pewter clock with enamel & copper dial and enamel panel in typical knox decoration

Country of Manufacture   England

Date   c.1905

Marks   Marked to base

Size   18.5cms high, 10cms wide, 10cms deep

Photograph and description courtesy of Titus Omega.

Architectural Clock

Liberty Tudric clock designed by Archibald Knox

Date made: c.1905

Artist: Knox, Archibald

Description: A pewter and enamel clock designed by Archibald Knox for the 'Tudric' pewter range at Liberty & Co. of London.

Measurements: overall: 17 cm x 10 cm x 10 cm

Photograph and description courtesy of Manx National Heritage via the link at imuseum.im.

Clock model 0629

ARCHIBALD KNOX FOR LIBERTY & CO, "Pewter and Enamel Clock", Height: 19cm, Stamped '0629', Circa: 1903.

Photograph and description courtesy of Style Antiques.


Archibald Knox for Libery & Co

A 'Tudric' Pewter and Enamel Clock, circa 1905

the tapering rectangular body inset with a celtic-inspired enamel plaque with tendrils and red berries on a blue ground, the face with copper ring dial and red and green enamel centre

18cm high, stamped 'English Pewter Made by Liberty & Co' and '0629'

Photograph and description courtesy of Bonhams