1854 - 1933: Influenced by the countryside and ancient stone crosses in his Isle of Man home, Knox minimalized the traditional Celtic knot work to create the subtle and simple lines symbolic of the English Art Nouveau Movement.

Ortak - BG3 Archibald Knox Bangle
The design for this wonderful bangle is heavily influenced by the work of Archibald Knox. Before his death in 1933, he had become well known for minimizing the traditional Celtic knots to create the simple and subtle lines symbolic of the English Art Nouveau movement.

From 1 816,00 kr

Ortak - BL927 Archibald Knox Bracelet
The design for this wonderful bracelet is heavily influenced by the work of Archibald Knox. Before his death in 1933, he had become well known for minimizing the traditional Celtic knots to create the simple and subtle lines symbolic of the English Art Nouveau movement.

From 1 632,00 kr

Ortak - EBL53 Archibald Knox Bracelet
The design for this wonderful bracelet is heavily influenced by the work of Archibald Knox. Before his death in 1933, he had become well known for minimizing the traditional Celtic knots to create the simple and subtle lines symbolic of the English Art Nouveau movement.

From 4 022,00 kr

Ortak - EBL54 Archibald Knox Bracelet
The design for this wonderful bracelet is heavily influenced by the work of Archibald Knox. Before his death in 1933, he had become well known for minimizing the traditional Celtic knots to create the simple and subtle lines symbolic of the English Art Nouveau movement.

From 4 022,00 kr

Ortak - B580 Knox Brooch
This stunning Silver brooch shows flowing shapes and leaves inspired by the work of Archibald Knox. Knox played an important role in the development of English Art Nouveau which was at its height in the late 1890's and early 1900's.

From 724,00 kr

Ortak - B581 Knox Brooch
This stunning Silver brooch shows flowing shapes and leaves inspired by the work of Archibald Knox. Knox played an important role in the development of English Art Nouveau which was at its height in the late 1890's and early 1900's.

From 724,00 kr