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Cymric Silver Vase by Archibald Knox
Cymric silver vase designed by Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co, London.
With four applied handles placed in opposite pairs, each pair at a slightly different height to the other. Flaring out at the base to form the circular foot of the vase.
Towards the rim, an engraved series of gentle wavy lines with intermittent beaded detail completes a stunning and typically understated Knox design.
21 cm tall and with a crisp London hallmark for 1899 together with the Liberty & Co. maker’s mark.
Lit: Archibald Knox by Stephen A. Martin, p. 121.