Archibald Knox

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Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co: an Art Nouveau pewter and enamel lidded jug #ukauctioneers

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Archibald Knox A RARE "CYMRIC" TANKARD impressed L&Co/CYMRIC and with Birmingham Assay Office marks silver, turquoise and enamel 1902 produced by Liberty & Co.

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ARCHIBALD KNOX (1864-1933) CYMRIC FRAME, 1905

ARCHIBALD KNOX (1864-1933)

CYMRIC FRAME, 1905

Archbald Knox (Attributed) - For Liberty & Co. - Vase. Sterling Silver and Enamel. Circa 1903. 4-1/4".

ARCHIBALD KNOX (1864-1933), attributed

VASE, 1903

Archibald Knox

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ARCHIBALD KNOX (1864-1933) FOR LIBERTY & CO., LONDON 'CYMRIC' SILVER TEA CANISTER & COVER #ukauctioneers

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Art Nouveau - 1904 Tudric polished pewter tazza with a green glass liner with typical Archibald Knox decoration

Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co. Pewter Tazza with Green Glass Liner

Archibald Knox vase

Archibald Knox vase

Archibald Knox was born on the Isle of Man. He studied at the Douglas School of Art with an emphasis on Celtic ornamentation. In 1897, he began working on designs for Liberty & Co., and in 1899 the first handmade "Cymric" (pronounced KOOMRIC) silver pieces were starting to be produced, many designed by Knox. In 1900 he returned to the Isle of Man and began submitting designs for Liberty's Pewter "Tudric" range of metalware. From 1904 until 1912 he both taught design and continued to design…

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