Magnificent polished pewter clock with abalone inset decoration to body and hands. Designed for Liberty & Co. by Archibald Knox in c1902- 1905.
Marked 'Tudric 097' to base.
Size 36.5cms High, 19cms wide, 9.5cms deep.

Photograph courtesy of Professor Eli Talmor, London.

The clock is in the shape of a cross and inspired by some of the old stone crosses Knox knew on the Isle of Man.


Archibald Knox (1864-1933) for Liberty & Co.

An Impressive 'Tudric' Clock, circa 1903

model 097, the pewter body inset with abalone shell roundels and cast with Roman numerals in relief, the hands terminating with abalone shell roundels, on a rectangular base

37cm high, stamped 'Tudric' numbered '097'



Steven Martin, 'Archibald Knox' Artmedia Press, 2001, pg. 75 and 235 for similar examples of this model

Photograph and description courtesy of Bonhams