Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co Tuderic pewter teapot, enamel plaques, c. 1903

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Superb ‘Tuderic’ teapot retailed by Liberty & Co, designed in 1903 by Archibald Knox, the compressed globular form with sharp shoulder and short straight spout, the curved handle wicker-clad with wooden thumb piece, embossed with scrolling foliage and two enamel plaque flower buds to either side on the ends of lightly moulded Art Nouveau stems. .

Stamped to base
‘H/ Made in England / Tudric Pewter / 0231 / 1 3/4 pints’

25cm spout to handle, 10cm high

Good condition with some signs of age, two plaques repaired

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