A Tudric pewter and enamel clock,
designed by Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co., the enamelled dial with a copper chapter ring with Roman numerals, the shaped rectangular case with a stylised plant design and inset with three circular enamels under the dial, stamped '0369', with brass key, dial 6.5cm, 19.3cm high overall
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Sold for £3,000
Some pewter flakes and knocks to the case. Back door slightly misshapen and bent. Movement stamped 'Lenzkirch' and numbered 517044. Ticks and runs when wound (17.3.2020 and 1.9.2020) scratched number to back door 157 and 4/38 CLK.
There is no number stamped on the key.
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Auction: Arts & Crafts and Art Deco - Live Online, Tue, 8th Sep 2020
The Arts & Crafts and Art Deco sale is shaping up to be one of the most interesting sales within our 20th Century Design department this year.
Fresh to the open market is a collection of Stanley Webb-Davies furniture commissioned in the 1930s, one of Great Britain's premier makers of Arts and Crafts furniture. A pair of chairs, by the architect and designer C F A Voysey, comes to us from a private collection and are a very exciting inclusion; they feature the designer's signature heart-shaped backs, following his ‘sense of proportion and puritanical love of simplicity’. Also included by Voysey is a rare example of his architectural clock in oak, the dial inlaid with pewter letters 'Tempus Fugit'. Works by Robert ‘Mouseman’ Thompson, John Makepeace Workshop and Liberty of London are a few of the designers included in the sale.
Within the Art Deco category is a fine figure of the ‘Dancer of Karpurthala’ by the genius of the period Demetre Chiparus (1886-1947), created in bronze and ivory, placed on a marble and onyx plinth this comes from a private collection. Further Art Deco figures, furniture and lighting, including an iconic table lamp by Tiffany, complete the sale.
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Saturday 5 September, 10am - 4pm;
Sunday 6 September, 10am - 4pm;
Monday 7 September, 9am - 5pm
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