London department store Liberty & Co was instrumental in the development of the Arts & Crafts movement.
This Tudric pewter, copper and enamel clock is a prime example of the sort of objects to be offered there during the early 20th century, attributed in this case to designer David Veasey c.1900.
The clock is offered by Morgan Strickland Decorative Arts for £4800. Catalogued as being in excellent condition with its original Lenzkirch movement, it comes cleaned and overhauled with a one-year warrantee.
Morgan Strickland specialises in Liberty metalwork and also carries a range of other stock including Jugendstil, Wiener Werkstatte and a variety of glass by Lalique, Gallé, Daume and others.