Tudric is a brand name for pewterware made by W.H. Haseler's of Birmingham for Liberty & Co of London, the chief designer being Archibald Knox. The gold and silver ranges were known as Cymric (pro: Koomric). Liberty & Co began producing Tudric in 1902, and continued to the 1930s. They produced wonderful examples of the Art Nouveau period.
This Five-Piece Liberty & Co. Tudric Pewter Tea Service can be displayed with pride. All hammered pewter, and vessels with a ribbed foot. Teapots with wooden handles. Comprising: two teapots, one open sugar, one creamer, and one tray. It has expected evidence of age and use, as one would expect of an item of about one hundred years old!
Stamped and incised TUDRIC.
Provenance: From the prestigious collection of Bil Leazer of Dallas, Texas.
Condition: One teapot lid with denting. Small crack in the handle of the tray. Losses to the soldering on the creamer's foot, leading to a small gap. Varying levels of warping, oxidation, rubbing, and errant scratches throughout. Otherwise with surface scuffs and scratches commensurate with use and age.
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