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The vase has been well used but is in good condition.There are no major dents or damage and it displays beautifully.The top rim has some small dents and dinks in it and the inside surface has various marks and signs of wear (see photo) but nothing that detracts from the overall vase. Tudric pewter and enamel clock designed by Archibald Knox, the mottled blue enamelled and copper dial with Roman numerals, the original A. 12 cm x 12 cm x 11.5 cm A Tudric pewter and enamel square box, the lid with a raised pictorial panel of a sunset landscape, the interior with original green velvet and satin lining, with Liberty & Co. Height 29.8 cm An English pewter (Tudric) tray designed by Archibald Knox, shaped rectangular form with bar form handles and stylised decoration to the corners. Height 34 cm A Tudric pewter and green glass small wine jug, possibly an Archibald Knox design, the hinged lid with raised thumbpiece, the top and base mounts with raised heart motif and floral designs, the flared circular base marked beneath with impressed number 0330, plain swollen green glass body. Embossed 'English Pewter' and model number to the base. Tudric pewter dish designed by Archibald Knox, circular with three handles, original green-glass line, cast in low relief with stylised honesty highlighted with blue/green enamel, some minor loss. An Archibald Knox designed 'English Pewter' biscuit box, decorated with stylised ivy, square form with conforming lid with a circular panel and two raised bars, impressed marks, shape #0194. An Archibald Knox 'Tudric' pewter biscuit box, traditional decoration with 'Honesty' decoration with enamelled highlights, some missing, square form, the conforming lid with a circular panel and two raised ridges, impressed marks including shape #0194.(some damage to enamel), width 11.5 cm, depth 9 cm, height 6.5 cm. A Kayserzinn German Jugendstil (Art Nouveau) large pewter wine cooler, panelled tapered cylindrical form with swollen top, relief decoration of the fable of the fox and the grapes, the thin form handles with open section, moulded mark to base and numbered 4497. It bears the maker's touch of Samuel Jefferys (active from 1735) and is stamped 'Holborn London', 'SUPERFINE HARD METAL and 'Owner's crowned initials 'HIE'.
Brass candlesticks and holy-water buckets played their part in church services.
Elaborate display pieces commemorating royal events survive in better condition, as do the magnificent cups and flagons used in guild ceremonies.
The collection's diversity allows us to trace the history of pewter styles from 1500 to the present day.
Substandard wares, often containing too much lead, incurred fines and were liable to destruction.
This cast pewter plate was made in London, England and dated 1751.