Puritan Values Ltd, The Dome, Arts and Antiques
Metalwork Pewter, Silver and EPNS

MWP 5
William Hutton; probably for Liberty and Co. Consisting of a planter of bowl form with six Ruskin hearts mirrored to the three feet with three whiplash handles; a posy holder; milk and sugar jug; and a large tray. All inset with Ruskin jewels, all in perfect condition.
£POA

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MWP 6
An Art Nouveau style table base.
Height 28", Width of top 10 1/4", Width of base 14".
£SOLD.

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MWP 7
A little pewter jug with a stylised brass handle attributed to Arthur S. Dixon and made by The Birmingham Guild of Handicraft. Height 5", Width 4". Circa 1900. £SOLD.
This Jug has all the attributes of A S Dixon. See Arts and Crafts Metalwork, Blackwell, the Arts and Crafts House 2003, page 27 and 39. An exhibition held at Blackwell, one of the most famous Arts and Crafts houses in the United Kingdom which was designed by M.H.Ballie Scott. E-Mail: www.blackwell.org.uk

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MWP 8
Kayserzinn. An Art Nouveau pewter jar and lid with three stylised handles and floral swirling details.
Height 9 1/2", Width at the handles 5 1/2". Circa 1880.
£POA.

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MWP 9
An Art Nouveau Maiden incorporating a match box holder and an ashtray.
Circa 1900.
£SOLD.

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MWP 10
Six WMF novelty knife rests all joined in humourous poses. Two Monkeys, Two Pellicans, One Elephant and a Cockeral.
Height 1 1/8", Width 3 3/4". Circa 1905.
£350 the set.

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MWP 11
Liberty and Co bomb vase designed by Archibold Knox with original green glass liner.
Height 7" , Width at base 4 1/4". Circa 1903.
£SOLD.

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MWP 13
A Liberty and Co English Pewter Arts and Crafts milk and sugar bowl. Stamped 0966.
Circa 1905.
£POA.

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MWP 14
A Connell pewter jug with Torquoise Ruskin jewels.
Height 7 1/2", Width 5". 1903.
£POA.

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MWP 15
A matched pair of Tudric Rose bowls with Turquoise enamel to the centre. Stamped 'English Pewter 0287 made for Liberty and Co' and both stamped with an 'H'.
10" across.
Circa 1903.
£SOLD.

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MWP 16
A superb Tudric conical vase with wonderful Turquoise stones on three sides and three double loop handles. Stamped 'Tudric 038'.
Height 7 1/2", 4" across the top.
£SOLD.

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MWP 17
A pewter and green glass decanter by Orivit design number 1211. Unmarked but an identicle version with stamped Orivit marks was illustrated in the Christies Art Nouveau sale on 12 October 2004.
Height 12".
£995.

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MWP 18
William Hutton and Sons, a pewter and Ruskin heart shape plaque cache pot, stamped mark, no. 01099, 15.5cm high.
£850.

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MWP 19
A hand hammered Pewter Arts and Crafts four handled fruit bowl stamped to the base :- A E Poston and Co Ltd 759.
Height 4 1/2", Width 15" from end to end of handles.
£275.

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An exceptional L&Co Tudric box with a Pre- Raphaelite Maiden executed in Enamel with electrifying colours. Stamped 0586 to the base.
Circa 1905.
£SOLD.
Representations of the human figure are very very rare in Liberty Tudric wares especially pre-Raphaelite Maidens, there is an identical version on page 30 of 'Liberty Style' by Mervyn Levy.

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