For sale is a rare early Liberty & Co, hand wrought, large pewter vase attributed to Archibald Knox.
A distinctive Arts & Crafts centrepiece, dated to c1903 from the early punch mark number of 0167 referenced by the literature on Liberty & Co Tudric / Cymric handicraft production in the early 1900s.
Iconic Arts & Crafts design of baluster form utilising three inverted arrowhead upright handles joining a wide lipped vase rim.
Its main function as a vase or wine cooler / ice bucket with a stable base.
Pewterbark textured pewter to the main form of the vase, raised on a stepped, polished and hammered foot.
Design aesthetic conforms to the Archibold Knox pieces that clearly stand out in the majority of the Tudric and Cymric ranges of Arts & Crafts / Art Nouveau pewter and silverware sold by Liberty & Co.
Delivery in the UK is included in this price. International buyers welcome from the US and Europe but please contact us to ensure shipping is agreed and the delivery location is accepted for packaging, insurance, tracking and postage. Many thanks.
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