Liberty Tudric Pewter – Tankard 1902

Liberty & Co – Tudric Pewter Tankard 053 – stock #13320

An early 20th century pewter tankard made to commemorate the coronation of Edward VII in 1902. Retailed by Liberty & Co as part of their Tudric Range of art pewter wares. Most likely designed by Archibald Knox (1864-1933)

It is decorated with a Coat of Arms for the Orde of the Garter and has “EDW VII Rec Coronat0 Carolus Scarisbrick In Memoriam ME DD” embossed around the top rim.

Size
Marks
Condition
13cm high
10cm wide
Stamped “Tudric 053” Patinated grey from age. Wear to the coat of arms. Not exactly round and with dents and bends – SEE picture.
Price GB Pounds
£45.00
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Aesthetic Movement – Door Plates

Aesthetic Movement – Door Plates – stock #12420

A pair of mid 19th century pressed brass door finger or push plates. Each is decorated with an embossed pattern of stylised Chrysanthemums with scrolling foliage. Hints of the style of Thomas Jeckyll.

No makers marks found. However they are stamped with a registed design lozenge suggests a registration date of 1st January 1872.

Size
Marks
Condition
26.5cm by 7.5cm Stamped registed design mark Wear and indents and other wear lines – SEE pictures.
Price GB Pounds
£30.00
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