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Tray stamped English Pewter Liberty & Co Solkets mark 043. See pp48 and 110 Archibald Knox by Stephen Martin For the complete service, with hot-water pot, see London 1975, Victoria and Albert Museum, 'Liberty's 1875-1975', circa 176 A-F and Levy, M., 'Liberty Style,' London 1986.

It is English hammered pewter and has a raised circles. On the underneath it has English Pewter and the no1...

Besides running a successful steamboat and ferry business, the Knox family were pioneers in industrial electric lighting on Man and introduced the first motor car to the island.

Knox's engineering background may have influenced his design process in that his metalwork designs were produced in the style of ready-to-engineer blueprints.

Teapot, cream jug, sugar and tray, each with relief whiplash curved Celtic ornament interlace decoration, original wicker handle to teapot, together with two handled rectangular tray. Measures: Teapot: 6 5/8'' high, 8 1/2'' wide, 4 ½'' long. 11cm high More details A MOORCROFT POTTERY AND TUDRIC PEWTER SMALL TAZZA, the shallow circular dish tubelined and painted in typical palette with the "Pomegranate" pattern, on a planished pewter pedestal with domed foot, impressed and initialled in blue, pewter stamped "Tudric Moorcroft 01313", 7 1/4" diameter, 4 3/4" high (Est. This is a beautiful William Moorcroft pansy compote decorated inside and out and resting on a hand hammered pewter Tudric base.An alloy of tin and copper or lead, pewter was a staple of domestic wares for five centuries--from the 1300s until the 1830s.Use for everything from tankards and cutlery to candlesticks, it went out of fashion with the introduction of mechanised silver-plating, only to be revived by the handicraft-oriented Arts and Crafts and Art Nouveau movements of the last quarter of the 19th century.

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