This easel-backed bedside or desk clock in pewter may have been designed for Liberty & Co. by famous Manx designer Archibald Knox, whose turn of the century designs in silver and pewter for the firm became synonymous with English Arts & Crafts movement.
The flat facade-like body of the clock is formed by a single piece of pewter, known as Tudric in this period at Liberty. It is decorated with a repoussé tulip motif in the art nouveau style, while the center of the clock face features deeply saturated enamel in variegated blue/green.
This piece of early 20th century English s fully functional and is hallmarked on the reverse.
Height: 5 ½ inches (13.97 cm)