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Archibald Knox Cachepot
Stylish polished pewter vessel that has been described elsewhere as a cachepot but is also suitable as a wine bottle holder for the table.
It will certainly accept many bottles although not those that are a little wider, such as the traditional Burgundy shape.
Designed by Archibald Knox for Liberty and made by Haseler’s of Birmingham.
Marked on the underside Tudric 0288 and also showing the number 4.
The height is the merest fraction over 8 cm, width between the extremities of the feet is 24 cm and the diameter inside the rim is 8 cm.