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A pair of 20th century terracotta garden pots designed by Archibald Knox and made by Carter and Co, Dorset. Circa 1910. Restored.

Stamped Carter & Co for Liberty.

In 1902 he 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 design of the current pots known as the ‘Brunhild’ design, were illustrated in the Book of Garden Ornaments published by Liberty & Co in 1904. The deep red clay used for the finished article was dug from the Corfe Mullen beds owned by Carter & Co and produced at their East Quay works in Poole, Dorset.

Dimensions

Height: 19cms x Width: 17cms

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Stock number

4337

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