Dating tudric pewter

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released a range of high quality pewter under the name "Tudric".

The craft fell into decline after the Romans withdrew from Britain but it is thought that the Cistercian monks reintroduced it after the Norman Conquest in AD 1066.

Known as "the poor man's silver", production spread throughout the country with a wide range of mainly domestic goods being made.

This is one of our recently sold items: A Liberty & Co Tudric Pewter footed rose bowl probably by Oliver Baker, model no.01129, the shouldered bowl cast in relief with simple strap work panels, on hammered finish.

Tudric pewter is a collection of shiny pewter home goods first produced in 1902 by Liberty & Co.

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