Dating tudric pewter dating customs in sudan

03-Jun-2015 17:33

When a date appears as part of the touch mark it represents the year of registration of the maker with the London Guild and not the year of manufacture, so it can't be used to date the article.

It was made as part of a tea set, and was probably designed by Archibald Knox. Here is a chance to own this wonderful Tudric Super shaped Arts & Crafts Pewter consisting of a very impressive 4 cm high x 18.5cm across twin handled pewter preserve dish & original liner .

The appeal of pewter comes mainly from its good proportions and functional design.

Items from the 17th and 18th centuries are obviously much rarer than those of the 19th century, which form the basis of most collections, and when collecting pewter became popular.

Apart from its interesting Art Nouveau Celtic inspired designs, Tudric pewter differed from other pewter as it had a high silver content.

Much of it was designed by Archibald Knox, whose services Liberty & Co. It was produced for Liberty by William Haseler of Birmingham. The world renowned department store Liberty, was originally founded in 1875 as a furniture and drapery shop in Regent Street, London and was known as "East India House".

It was made as part of a tea set, and was probably designed by Archibald Knox. Here is a chance to own this wonderful Tudric Super shaped Arts & Crafts Pewter consisting of a very impressive 4 cm high x 18.5cm across twin handled pewter preserve dish & original liner . The appeal of pewter comes mainly from its good proportions and functional design.Items from the 17th and 18th centuries are obviously much rarer than those of the 19th century, which form the basis of most collections, and when collecting pewter became popular.Apart from its interesting Art Nouveau Celtic inspired designs, Tudric pewter differed from other pewter as it had a high silver content.Much of it was designed by Archibald Knox, whose services Liberty & Co. It was produced for Liberty by William Haseler of Birmingham. The world renowned department store Liberty, was originally founded in 1875 as a furniture and drapery shop in Regent Street, London and was known as "East India House".In the early 20th century, the popularity of pewter was revived with the introduction of the Art Nouveau styles of Liberty's Tudric range.