Exceptionally striking pewter bowl designed by Oliver Baker for Liberty & Co’s “Tudric” range, c1905. The bowl has four cast pewter ribbed and scrolled outstanding supports with trifed feet. Stamped marks to base marks with design number 067. Measures 33 cm in width and 10.5 cm in height.
Oliver Baker (1856-1939) was an English painter, etcher, designer and silversmith. He is perhaps best known for his designs for Liberty & Co early in the development of their Tudric range as well as for his role in the development of their Cymric Silverware line. Baker was born in Birmingham, the son of the artist Samuel Henry Baker. He studied under his father and at the Birmingham School of Art – regularly exhibiting at the Royal Academy from 1883.
Liberty & Co Art Nouveau Tudric Pewter Bowl by Oliver Baker c1905
The bowl has been sympathetically cleaned and is in very good condition commensurate with age and use. There are small casting flaws from original and some surface abrasions from use. Please see images as these form an important part of the description.
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