Archibald Knox pewter, abalone and enamel clock

Price range:  ££8,950

A pewter Liberty & Co Tudric clocc by Archibald Knox. Dating from around 1902 this is an exceptional example of Knox’s modernist work, almost art deco in style.  This exact clock appears in Paul Carter Robinson’s book “20th Centruy Pewter”.

The condition of the clock is very good.  The movement is working and keeping good time (not guaranteed).  The pewter has been gently polished so retains an original patina and silver grey colour.  The enamel face has a hairline firing crack. The abalone retains good lustre.

Maker: Liberty & Co

Designer: Archibald Knox

Date : c. 1902

Marks: 0252

Material:  Pewter, abalone (mother of pearl), enamel

Condition: Very good. Small hairline firing crack to the enamel face. Slight drying and crazing to abalone. Clock movement is working.

Size: 17cm high, 11cm wide

Weight : NA

SKU: A39 Category:


See “Archibald Knox” edited by Dr Stephen Martin, pages 240 and 241 for similar examples

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Art deco, Art nouveau, Arts and crafts