Manufacturer Liberty & Co.
Designer Archibald Knox
Description 'Tudric' polished pewter biscuit barrel
Country of Manufacture England
Date Circa 1905
Marks Marked to base
Size 12.5cms high
Other Information This is a particularly rare item and therefore the most sought after of Archibald Knox boxes.
Photograph and description courtesy of Titus Omega
Model number 0237.
Liberty Tudric biscuit box designed by Archibald Knox
Date made: 1902-1904
Artist: Knox, Archibald
Description: A biscuit box designed by Archibald Knox for the 'Tudric' pewter range at Liberty & Co. of London.
Measurements: overall: 11 cm x 11.5 cm x 11.5 cm
Photograph and description courtesy of Manx National Heritage via the link at imuseum.im.
A very nice unpolished example.
The difference in measurements may be due to whether the handles are included in the height or not.
Arts & Crafts Tudric pewter and enamel Liberty & Co. biscuit box by Archibald Knox.
Photograph and description courtesy of Morgan Strickland Decorative Arts.
A Liberty ‘Tudric’ pewter square box with flat cover, the sides with stylised foliate decoration in low relief, in the style of Archibald Knox; 5¼” high x 4½” wide.
Photographs and description of piece courtesy of Aldridges of Bath Ltd. Auctioneers.
Below are further images of this variant of the box.
The Liberty Pewter Sketchbook illustration courtesy of Liberty & Co. and it shows there were two sizes of this box.
This example is a variant of the better known version of pewter model 0237.