LIBERTY TERRACOTTA SIEGFRIED PLANTER BY ARCHBALD KNOX

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LIBERTY TERRACOTTA SIEGFRIED PLANTER BY ARCHBALD KNOX

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Octagonal terracotta planter and stand

Decorated with a band of stylised Celtic knots

Designed by Archibald Knox

For Liberty & Co

Made by Carter & Co Poole, Dorset

Circa 1898
Stamped: Designed and Made for Liberty & Co

Height 122cm Width 76cm

 Archibald Knox (1884-1933) was born in the Isle of Man and became one of Liberty & Co’s leading designers in the early part of the 20th century. 

In 1902 Knox was commissioned by Liberty and Co to design a series of terracotta garden ornaments.  Between 1903 -1904 Liberty registered 14 Knox designs and these, including the ‘Siegfried’ pots were illustrated in the Book of Garden Ornaments published by Liberty & Co in 1904.

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