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85/85 Clock with key , silver / glass / turquoise / enamel / brass, designed by Archibald Knox, for Liberty & Co, made Birmingham, England, 1902-1903. Click to enlarge.

Clock by Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co

Made
A sterling silver mantel clock with a blue green enamel dial. The clock features a celtic knot design on the front two corners and a circular shaped turquoise stone in the centre of the base plate. Hallmarked Liberty & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1902, Cymric silverware. With brass key.

Summary

Object No.

85/85

Object Statement

Clock with key , silver / glass / turquoise / enamel / brass, designed by Archibald Knox, for Liberty & Co, made Birmingham, England, 1902-1903

Physical Description

A sterling silver mantel clock with a blue green enamel dial. The clock features a celtic knot design on the front two corners and a circular shaped turquoise stone in the centre of the base plate. Hallmarked Liberty & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1902, Cymric silverware. With brass key.

Marks

Manufacture marks on side, imprinted in silver 'Liberty & Co. maker's mark, Birmingham town mark, lion passant: after 1820 sterling silver quality mark, 1902 year mark, brand name of silverware by Liberty & Co mark'.

Dimensions

Height

165 mm

Width

127 mm

Source

Credit Line

Purchased 1985

Acquisition Date

21 January 1985

Cite this Object

Harvard

Clock by Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co 2020, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 16 June 2021, <https://ma.as/53064>

Wikipedia

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