Liberty pewter and enamel box
  • Liberty pewter and enamel box
  • Liberty Tudric pewter and enamel box
  • Liberty Tudric pewter box
  • Pewter and enamel box from Liberty
  • Liberty Pewter and Enamel Box
  • Fleetwood Varley enameller
  • Charles Fleetwood Varley
  • Liberty pewter box no. 0886

Liberty Pewter and Enamel Box

Item Description

Polished pewter box made for Liberty of London around 1905 as part of their Tudric range of wares.

Lined internally with cedar, the outer casing of the box is constructed of a sturdy guage of pewter with no visible seam. 

The gently domed hinged lid has a lightly hammered finish and houses an oval enamel plaque inlaid into its centre depicting a maritime scene at sunset. Although unsigned, as is quite usual, this is reliably attributed to the highly regarded enameller Charles Fleetwood Varley who designed and executed both land and seascapes to adorn the lids of Liberty boxes and other items during the Arts & Crafts era. 

Bearing the number 0886 on the underside and In good condition, commensurate with its age.  Approximately 11.5 by 9 cm with a height of 5.5 cm.

Price £995.00

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