Sold through our Liverpool shop - November 2012 利物浦店内售出 - 2012年11月
A pewter dish in classic Art Nouveau style bearing no makers marks but probably made in Germany or Austria, possibly by WMF, during the first decade of the 20th Century. Condition - very good - no damages and no repairs/restoration. 18.5cm (7.25 inches) across.
A 'Tudric' pewter stand (shape 0276), with finned tripod support and streamlined bowl, pierced and cast with styalized foliage - designed circa 1902-1905 by Archibald Knox and retailed by Liberty & Co of London. There is a short scratch under the base and there are small bumps to the rim
A pewter 'vase' (model no 0226) designed by Archibald Knox for Liberty's of London (circa 1902 - 1905). There are the usual losses to the surface patina of the pewter and one of the 'cut out' sections has slight impact damage - please see enlargement. This item is without a glass liner.
4.9 inches (12.5cm) High