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Guildcraft Carpets — Glen Mona 2

Glen Mona 2

GuildCraft's Knox Collection features three original Celtic designs drafted c. 1900 by British Arts and Crafts designer Archibald Knox. Our Knox Collection carp

Archibald Knox cup

Concept Modeling For Metallic Sculpture : – Picture : – Description Archibald Knox cup -Read More –

Designed by Archibald Knox (1864-1933)  was a Manx art nouveau designer of Scottish descent.  His design talent covered a wide range of objects, ornamental and utilitarian, and included silver and pewter tea sets, jewellery, inkwells, boxes, gravestones and even bank cheques, much for Liberty's Tudric (pewter) and Cymric (precious metals) ranges.

Designed by Archibald Knox was a Manx art nouveau designer of…

Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co: an Art Nouveau pewter and enamel lidded jug #ukauctioneers

Archibald Knox Art Nouveau pewter and enamel lidded jug for Liberty & Co.

Arts & Crafts period buckle was made by the famous English designer Archibald Knox at Libery & Co.

This rare Arts & Crafts period buckle was made by the famous English designer Archibald Knox at Libery & Co. Its flowing design depicts a grove of trees growing out of the Sterling buckle and highlighted by enamel.

VMFA Art Deco & Art Nouveau Mirror by Archibald KnoxMirror 1902 - 3  Archibald Knox British , 1864 - 1933  Silver, enamel, wood, mirrored glass  Read more at https://vmfa.museum/collections/art/mirror/#MUvQiuubGVBsdTsl.99

1902 art nouveau mirror, Archibald Knox (collection of the Virginia Museum of Fine Art)

Tulip Vase designed by Archibald Knox decorated with intricate honesty leaves Handmade from pewter a lovely

Tulip Vase designed by Archibald Knox decorated with intricate honesty leaves Handmade from pewter a lovely

Archibald Knox, a pair of toast racks.

This is not contemporary - image from a gallery of vintage and/or antique objects. ARCHIBALD KNOX for LIBERTY & Co. A pair of silver toast racks. The five dividers, with Celtic style knots, on a rectangular base supported on four ball feet.

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