Lot 339: Sold for £1,850 hammer

Estimate £1,000-£1,500

An early 20th Century Liberty & Co Tudric pewter bowl designed by Archibald Knox (1864-1933) the foliate cast base with peacock enamel decoration on pierced support on three finned legs, stamped marks 0276, mounted with a Clutha glass of domed form with wide upstand rim, internally decorated with white swirls and bronze aventurine to the pale green ground, width 20cm.

NB - This piece was loaned to the Victoria & Albert Museum between July and October of 1975 to celebrate the centenary of Liberty of London.

Condition report
Some slight dulling and age related wear to the base with some minor scratches. The glass is all in good order and free from damage or restoration. **There are small nibble chips to the blue enamel on the base, please use the photographs as a guide. The glass bowl has a museum accession number in black which appears to have been written on the surface.

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