TUDRIC English Pewter BOWL – Pattern Number 01161 – stock #817
This is a super fine looking art nouveau design Liberty & Co Tudric “English Pewter” bowl dating to c1910-15. It has a simple fluid rounded hexagonal shape decorated with a pattern of small berry or Honesty motifs around the top rim. It is raised on three feet and has a hammered finish.
Marked on the underside as shape number 01161. This shape and pattern mostly likely designed by Archibald Knox.
|Stamped on the underside – SEE pictures
Made in England
|Very good looking, presented in a bright polished condition.
A few scrapes and indents on the rim
Some areas of pitting in the well of the bowl together with minor indent.
An antique item with evidence of use and wear.
|Price GB Pounds||SOLD||OR
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