Archibald Knox (1864-1933) was a British designer who was an influential figure in the Art Nouveau movement. He is also considered the founder of the Celtic Revival. Born on the Isle of Man, he attended the Douglas School of Art from 1878 until 1884. In 1897, he went to London and began designing metal objects with Christopher Dresser for the Silver Studio. From 1898 to 1912, he worked directly for Liberty & Co and designed metalware, materials, and carpets as well as metalware and the jewelry lines "Cymric" in silver and "Tudric" in pewter, decorated with Celtic motifs. His designs centered on Celtic motifs including interlaced patterns, crosses, and knots. He returned to the Isle of Man in 1913.