A fine hard stoneware introduced by Wedgwood in 1744. It was made in various colours by staining with metallic oxides, the most common being blue, but also including black, lilac, olive, pink, sage or yellow and decorated with relief ornamentation usually in white, and in the classical style. Rarer pieces have three or more colours used in their manufacture. As well as the larger and more common vases, plates, bowls and urns the technique was also used in the manufacture of plaques buttons cameos, portrait medallions and furniture ornaments.
Wedgwood Jasperware tricolour tete-a-tete comprising a teapot, lidded sugar bowl, cream jug & two cup saucers of octagonal form, with green cameos, after the 19th century originals in a limited edition of 100, with original box. Condition excellent to good
Wedgwood Jasper Ware Charles & Diana commemorative lidded vase 'In celebration of the wedding of H.R.H the Prince of Wales and lady Diana Spencer, St Paul's Cathedral 20thy July 1981', having raised floral bunting detail & rams head appliques. Number 89 in
A pair of Wedgwood jasper ware 'Adam and Eve' plaques, 20th century, by Anna Zinkeisen, stamped Wegwood Made in England, Adam and Eve by Anna Zinkeisen, together with a pair of oval portrait plaques, limited edition of 1000, 20th century, largest 1
A fine Wedgwood Jasperware plaque, circa late 18th century, in solid blue jasper with white relief of two winged putti playing with a placid lion, one riding upon its back, the other patting its jowls; impressed mark of Wedgwood only underside; probably it
Two Wedgwood Jasperware inkwells, together with other Wedgwood ceramics (10), including two pin dishes, a Captain Arthur Phillip commemorative pin dish and five Zodiac compotiers (Leo, Libra, Capricorn, Scorpio and Pisces). Most in original boxes.
A blue jasperware cheese dish and cover by Brownhill Pottery & Co. English, 19th century, together with a small Wedgwood blue jasperware teapot, English, 19th century, the cheese dish, 19 cm high, 24 cm diameter
A Wedgwood Japserware vase and a collectors' club plate, second half 20th century, the blue jasperware plate with a floral slip design to the rim and centred with a winged female figure; and a neoclassical style footed urn with lug handles and a fluted
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