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Known as "the poor man's silver", production spread throughout the country with a wide range of mainly domestic goods being made.In the year 1348 Articles were granted to the Worshipful Company of Pewterers in London, which enabled them to control the quality of pewter.
Although ceramic tableware had largely replaced pewter by this time, tankards, mugs, beakers, candlesticks, measures and numerous small personal items were still being made, and were popular in the country. In churches it was used to make alms dishes, plates and sacramental vessels.
Liberty registered their own silver hallmark in 1894 and in 1899 released a range of gold and silver objects under the name "Cymric", an Art Nouveau interpretation of the Celtic style. It was also produced for Liberty by William Haseler of Birmingham.
From 1898 onwards, Liberty retained the services of Archibald Knox (1864-1933).
This is an enamelled pewter milk jug, part of Liberty & Co.’s Tudric range, produced in the early 1900s.
It was made as part of a tea set, and was probably designed by Archibald Knox. Here is a chance to own this wonderful Tudric Super shaped Arts & Crafts Pewter consisting of a very impressive 4 cm high x 18.5cm across twin handled pewter preserve dish & original liner . Two grades of pewter were specified, and then later a further grade was added, and these three grades were adhered to until the 20th century.