Liberty & Co Tudric pewter crumb scoop designed by Archibald Knox in c. 1902. Model number 0532 "Solkets".
Size: 30.5cm x 22cm.
Photographs and description courtesy of Florin Decorative Arts.
"Solkets" refers to the company set up by W H Haseler in Birmingham to produce the pewter ware"Tudric" range for Liberty and Co.
W H Haseler was also the silversmith and jeweller for the "Cymric" range of Liberty & Co.
Liberty Tudric crumb tray designed by Archibald Knox
Date made: 1898-1912
Artist: Knox, Archibald
Description: A crumb tray designed by Archibald Knox for the 'Tudric' pewter range at Liberty & Co. of London.
Photograph and description courtesy of Manx National Heritage via the link at imuseum.im.
A good example of an unpolished crumb tray model number 0532.
A Liberty & Co Tudric Pewter crumb tray designed by Archibald Knox, model no.0532, cast in low relief with stylised foliage panels stamped marks 25cm. wide
Photograph and description courtesy of Woolley and Wallis Auctioneers.
A very good example of an unpolished, planished crumb tray model 0532.
An extremely fine Liberty & co Tudric Art Nouveau pewter and enamel crumb scoop designed by Archibald Knox.
Iit is of superb quality and would have been sold through the Liberty & Co store in London's Regent Street as part of their Tudric range. It would have been produced by William Hair Haseler's of Birmingham.
It is a rare and desirable piece fully marked to the back Tudric 0532.
The tray has a wonderful stylised celtic entrelac pierced work design to both ends and two enamels.
Photographs and description courtesy of a private collector.
Tudric polished pewter Art & Crafts crumb scoop with enamels and typical Archibald Knox decoration.
Manufacturer Liberty & Co
Country of Manufacture England
Date c. 1905
Marks Marked to Base
Size 25cms wide, 11cms deep
Reference Ref: Arcibald Knox by Stephen A. Martin. Pub. Artmedia Press, 2001, p.272 for similar example
Photograph and description courtesy of Titus Omega.