William Wise & Son, to a design by Archibald Knox, sterling silver tea strainer, America, first quarter of the 20th century (Ref S415)

£345.00

William Wise & Son, a sterling silver tea strainer, the handle with Celtic knot work to a design by Archibald Knox, American, first quarter of the 20th century, stamped faintly ‘Wm Wise & Son‘ and ‘Sterling’, 16 cm long, bowl diameter approximately 6.1 cm (Ref S415)

This based on model 351 for Liberty & Co, 1901. An example of the original design for a Coronation spoon is illustrated on page 212, ‘Archibald Knox‘ by Dr Stephen A Martin, Artmedia Press



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William Wise & Son, a sterling silver tea strainer, the handle with Celtic knot work to a design by Archibald Knox, American, first quarter of the 20th century, stamped faintly ‘Wm Wise & Son‘ and ‘Sterling’, 16 cm long, bowl diameter approximately 6.1 cm (Ref S415)

This based on model 351 for Liberty & Co, 1901. An example of the original design for a Coronation spoon is illustrated on page 212, ‘Archibald Knox‘ by Dr Stephen A Martin, Artmedia Press