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Archibald Knox (1864-1933)

Biography of the Manx designer Archibald Knox (1864-1933)

Archibald Knox (1864-1933) is a Manx designer who was born on the Isle of Man in 1864 and died in 1933.

Know was the most well-known of the designers used by Liberty of London with this model 0370 being one of the most popular designs. They are often fitted with the German Lenzkirch movement as is this example.

Knox was a man of great talent and a fine watercolourist.

Know designed the gravestone for the founder of the Liberty store, Arthur Lasenby Liberty.

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Lot FS24/721

Lot FS24/721: Archibald Knox, A Pewter Mantel Clock

Archibald Knox, a pewter mantel clock having an eight-day duration movement with a platform cylinder escapement, the backplate stamped for Lenzkirch and numbered 581011, the round dial having a copper chapter ring with black Roman numerals and a blue and green enamel centre, with spade hands, the pewter case of stylised plant form with two blue and green enamel cabochons set to the lower part and stamped to the underside with the model number 0370, height 205cm.

Estimate: £500 - £700
Realised: £2,800