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Design for a pendant

1906-1909 (made)
Place of origin

Jewellery design for a pendant

Object details

Object type
TitleDesign for a pendant (generic title)
Materials and techniques
Pencil and watercolour
Brief description
Design for jewellery by Archibald Knox: Design for a pendant
Physical description
Jewellery design for a pendant
  • Height: 95mm
  • Width: 75mm
Dimensions from catalogue: 8 x 4 cm
Production typeDesign
Marks and inscriptions
Inscribed: Pendant. Cut stones and enamel Numbered: J7
Object history
The designs for jewellery E.363 to 379-1977 date from ca. 1906-9. They are similar to those taken up by liberty & Co., but do not correspond exactly to any of the jewellery in the firm’s catalogue. These are probably work returned to the artist after Liberty’s had made their selection.
Bibliographic reference
Robert Knifton and Fran Lloyd, Kingston School of Art : 140 years : 1875-2015, Kingston : [Kingston University?], 2015. ISBN: 9781907684289.
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Record createdJune 30, 2009
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