A small desk, dresser or mantel clock with enamelled dial and three circular enamel jewels with a pewter case.
Art Nouveau | Arts and Crafts | Celtic Revival
Tudric (1899-circa 1930)| Tudric is a line of pewterware made by W. H. Haseler's (Birmingham, England) for Liberty.
Designer: Archibald Knox (Scottish, 1864-33)| Retailer: Liberty & Co. (London, England, 1875-present)
Early 20th century
Width 4.75 Depth 2.5 Height 7.75 inches
Note: missing hand. Loose movement. Please note that we do not guarantee the functionality of the clock movement.