Learn about Tudric

In 1903 Liberty & Co. released a range of high quality pewter under the name "Tudric". Apart from its interesting Art Nouveau Celtic inspired designs, Tudric pewter differed from other pewter as it had a high silver content. Much of it was designed by Archibald Knox, whose services Liberty & Co. had engaged from 1898 onwards. It was produced for Liberty by William Haseler of Birmingham. See also: Liberty & Co.

Learn about Pewter

Pewter is an alloy of tin hardened with small amounts of other metals such as copper, lead, zinc, antimony and sometimes silver. The craft of pewtering started in antiquity - the earliest known item, a flask dating from c1450 BC, was found in Egypt.

Pewter is believed to have been introduced to Britain by the Romans, who exploited the main source of tin in Europe at the time, which was in Cornwall. The craft fell into decline after the Romans withdrew from Britain but it is thought that the Cistercian monks reintroduced it after the Norman Conquest in AD 1066.

Known as "the poor man's silver", production spread throughout the country with a wide range of mainly domestic goods being made.

In the year 1348 Articles were granted to the Worshipful Company of Pewterers in London, which enabled them to control the quality of pewter. Two grades of pewter were specified, and then later a further grade was added, and these three grades were adhered to until the 20th century. more...
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A Tudric arts and crafts enamelled pewter jewel box, English, early 20th century, the enamel landscape plaque most likely the work of Fleetwood Varley, stamped 'Made in England, Tudric 01027', 9 cm high, 31 cm wide, 11.5 cm deep

An Archibald Knox 'Tudric' pewter biscuit box, traditional decoration with 'Honesty' decoration with enamelled highlights, some missing, square form, the conforming lid with a circular panel and two raised ridges, impressed marks including

A 'Tudric' pewter Archibald Knox design large jug, the hinged lid with flaring thumbpiece, the tapered body with traditional restrained design at the base with enamelled cabochons, some missing, woven cane handle, minor loss. Impressed marks includ

Attrib Liberty Tudric Arts and Crafts pewter bowl. Stamped to base 'English pewter 01130, made in England' stylised decoration over 5 feet. Rim slightly out of shape. Height 16 cm Wt. 24g

An Arts and Crafts pewter rectangular dish with glass liner and spoon, stamped Tudric circa 1890, made by Liberty and Co of London, 19 cm wide

Arts & Crafts Tudric pewter 4 piece teaset comprising of teapot (13.5cm wide), milk jug, sugar bowl and dish, as inspected

David Veasey for Liberty & Co., rare pair of Tudric pewter jug vases with elongated side handles and rope work collar, impressed mark 'Tudric 0213', approx 34.5 cm high (2)

A Tudric pewter and green glass small wine jug, possibly an Archibald Knox design, the hinged lid with raised thumbpiece, the top and base mounts with raised heart motif and floral designs, the flared circular base marked beneath with impressed number 0330

Liberty & Co. Tudric biscuit barrel square-shaped detachable lid with stylised handle raised floral decoration to the body

A Tudric pewter Art Nouveau vase, of circular shape with tall trumpet neck, two handles looped from mid-way on the neck and join the body in bifurcated tendrils which conjoin with an overhand knot motif. Impressed mark and No. 0214, attributed to Archibald

Edwardian 'Tudric' Ware hammered pewter bowl with handle (Arts and Crafts)

Two Liberty 'Tudric' pewter covered tankards, early 20th century, each with Art Nouveau low-relief decoration and cane-wrapped handles, one with blue foil-backed cabochons, stamped marks and numbers underside each. Height 15.5 cm, and slightly shorter

Tudric pewter four piece teaset for Liberty & Co consists of associated tray, teapot, hot water jug, sugar & creamer & stamped 01386 to base. Dimensions of tray 41 x 21 cm

An English pewter (Tudric) tray designed by Archibald Knox, shaped rectangular form with bar form handles and stylised decoration to the corners. Stamped impressed marks including Solkets and model # 0376.49.5 x 31.5 cm

Archibald Knox 1864-1933 a pewter and enamel vase for Liberty & Co., circa 1902, the cylindrical shaped vase on a tripod foot, cast in low relief with sinuous stylised foliage and enamel flowers, stamped English pewter '0927' together with an Archibald Kno

Liberty Tudric enamelled 'Mortar' vase on trifooted base, attributed to Archibald Knox. Height 11 cm

A Tudric Art Nouveau pewter vase with enamelling, designed by Archibald Knox, marked Tudric 0245. Height. 19.5 cm

Tudric pewter biscuit barrel for Liberty & Co. Height 14 cm stamped to base 0194

Tudric pewter dish and a matched Art Nouveau pewter lid. Height 14 cm

A Liberty's Tudric enamel and pewter dish English, circa 1905

An English Art Nouveau Tudric spill vase, decorated with enamel applique, 15 cm high

A tudric pewter bud vase together with another similar pewter vase