19 item(s) found:

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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

Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co. 'Cymric' Photograph Frame, 1905 the silver frame embellished with enamel and turquoise, with easel support and clear glass face, impressed 'L & Co' Birmingham assay marks 1905 'CYMRIC', heigh

An 'English Pewter' and enamel biscuit box designed by Archibald Knox, Model 0194 stamped to the base, the walls moulded in relief with square leaves and each with two enamel bosses, the lid with two ridged handles. 12 cm x 12 cm x 11.5 cm

An Art Nouveau enamel brooch. Designed by Archibald Knox for Cymric, featuring an oval panel of green and blue enamel within a Celtic mount in 9ct gold, retailed by Liberty & Co.

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

Archibald Knox, English pewter lidded jug, with enamel decoration and woven cane handle

Liberty & Co.Tudric pewter mantel clock by Archibald Knox, tapering from with copper and turquoise enamel dial and stylised Art Nouveau tree to the body, stamped no 01144

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

Liberty & Co., Birmingham, 1906 Cymric sterling silver and enamel cigarette case designed by Archibald Knox, case in low relief with celtic entrelac motif, enamelled in colours, monogrammed 'AG', copper hinge and thumb piece. Length 8 cm width 7 cm weight

Art Nouveau hammered silver 'Cymric' rose bowl and stand by Liberty & Co, Birmingham 1919, approx weight 58oz troy, The Celtic Motifs and design by Archibald Knox and the stand inscribed Liberty & Co. Ltd Regent Street London, 23.5 cm diameter, 17 cm high

An Arts and Craft silver and turquoise Cymric inkwell by Liberty & Co, Birmingham 1899, after a design by Archibald Knox, by Liberty & Co, Birmingham 1899, after a design by Archibald Knox the square body raised on pierced geometric supports, two hinged co

A Pair of Arts & Craft Pewter Candelabra designed by Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co, each with two scrolled arms with detachable sconces supported on columns with openwork leaves on a pierced rectangular base, stamped English Pewter 0530, 29 cm high (2)

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 Walter Moorcroft vase anemone pattern, of baluster form with a continuous band of anemones on wood smoke ground, circa 1950. Height 30 cm. 81a an Art Nouveau Tudric Solkets pewter cake tray, with an inset rectangular enamel blue and green plate. Produced

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

Tudric pewter mantle clock with blue and green enamel decorations, copper ring, designed for Liberty by Archibald Knox 1905, 20.5 cm height