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B15071 A large, Wedgwood basalt bowl with an inverted rim. This bowl has an impressed mark, 'WEDGWOOD' and it dates from c.1860. There is another small impressed mark, which is possibly a workman's mark, but it is quite indistinct. This bowl is simple in form and perfectly plain, with no relief, or other decoration. This shape of bowl was sometimes sold, by Wedgwood, with a female figure of Aprodite or an animal figure of a heron, to sit in it. These figures had pierced bases into which you would place flowers in the centre of the bowl of water. The bowls were also sold as an independent item. This one is in excellent condition.
Dimensions: Height 7cm (2 3/4in) Diameter 30cm (11 7/8in).
£85. U.S.A.
+£35.
Western
Europe
+£1
0.
D17027 A very impressive, Wedgwood black basalt bust of Mercury. There are a number of impresssed marks on various parts of the bust. On the back of the shoulder of the bust it is marked 'WEDGWOOD' and then 'MADE IN ENGLAND' appears on the square section of the bust just above the socle. On the front of the square section the figure is named 'MERCURY' and the socle is also marked 'WEDGWOOD MADE IN ENGLAND'. Many of this type of bust were produced in the middle of the 19th century. This one is later, dating from c.1920 but it is an exceptionally good quality piece for its' period. It is well potted, has fine detail and it also has a good patina. There is a very small chip to the square section, just under the title 'MERCURY'. There is also an even smaller chip to the top of the socle. These very minor faults can be seen in the images. Other than this it is in excellent condition.
Dimensions: Height 46.5cm (18 1/4in) Width 27.2cm (10 3/4in) across the shoulders.
£1650. Nil.
E17833 A fine pair of 19th century, Wedgwood, black basalt vases. Each one is marked 'WEDGWOOD' and also has a very small, impressed, moustache shaped mark. They date from c.1820. These vases are a very elegant, baluster shape and they have bands of a vertical, engine turned design to the bodies. There is the tiniest chip to the rim of one but other than this they are in excellent condition. This shape was produced by Wedgwood from the 18th century through until the 20th century but these are a good, early pair and the basalt has a rich patina.
Dimensions: Height 14.5cm (5 3/4in) Diameter 8cm (3 1/8) at the rim.
£295.
the pair.
Nil.
D17028 A three piece, basalt teaservice comprising a teapot, milk jug and sucrier. Each piece is marked 'WEDGWOOD' and there is also an impressed 'O' to each item. Date: c.1860. Size: The teapot is 21.5cm. (8 1/2") long by 12cm. (4 3/4") wide by 11.5cm. (4 1/2") high, the sucrier is 14.3cm. (5 5/8") long by 10.5cm. (4 1/8") wide by 8.3cm. (3 1/4") high and the jug is 13cm. (5 1/8") long by 8cm. (3 1/8") wide by 7.5cm. (3") high. Each piece is moulded with a simple, fluted design and has foliate terminals on the handles. The shapes are very elegant. This design was one which appeared first in Wedgwood's catalogues in the late 18th centruy but continued in production through the 19th century and into the start of the 20th century. Throughout this time the quality varies considerably. This set is lightly potted but the moulding is not quite as crisp as the earlier examples. It is all in excellent condition. £335. U.S.A.
+£15.
Western
Europe
Nil.
D17026 A fine quality basalt bust of Venus. Marked 'WEDGWOOD' on the back of the shoulder of the bust and 'MADE IN ENGLAND' just above the socle. On the base of the bust the figure is named 'VENUS' and the socle is also marked 'WEDGWOOD MADE IN ENGLAND'. Date: c.1920. Size: 24.8cm. (9 3/4") high by 16.5cm. (6 1/2") wide across the shoulders. This is a very beautiful bust. For a piece of this period it is exceptionally good quality. It is well potted, has fine detail and it also has a good patina. It is in excellent condition. £575. Nil.
D16900 A small, basalt trumpet shaped vase. Marked 'WEDGWOOD MADE IN ENGLAND'. There is also an impressed number '5'. Date: c.1920. Size: 9.9cm. (3 7/8") diameter, at the rim, by 10.8cm. (4 1/4") high. This vase is similar in shape to the trumpet shaped bough pots that were made for holding flowers but this piece does not have the top, flared rim. It is decorated with two groups of classical figures with trees between them. To the rim is a border of flowers and to the base is a border of grapes and vines. The reliefs are good quality and the vase is in excellent condition. £82. U.S.A.
+£15.
Western
Europe
+£1
0.
D16894 A large basalt bowl with an inverted rim. Marked 'WEDGWOOD' and it is also marked with an impressed letter 'E'. Date: c.1860. Size: 30cm. (11 7/8") diameter by 7cm. (2 3/4") deep. This bowl is simple in form and perfectly plain, with no relief, or other decoration. This shape of bowl was sometimes sold, by Wedgwood, with a female figure of Aprodite or an animal figure of a heron, to sit in it. These figures had pierced bases into which you would place flowers in the centre of the bowl of water. The bowls were also sold as an independent item. This one is in excellent condition. £85. U.S.A.
+£35.
Western
Europe
+£1
0.
C16413 Two basalt chess pieces in the shape of a king and a queen. Each one is marked 'WEDGWOOD' on the back of the base. To the underside they are also, both marked 'MADE IN ENGLAND' with the letters 'AM' and 'Y' and the number '66'. These marks dates the chess pieces to 1966. They were originally designed by Arnold Machin in 1940 and then reproduced in the 1960's and 70's. Both the king and queen are depicted sitting on a throne and the king has a sceptre in his hand. There is a very small chip to the base of the king but other than that they are in good condition. £60. U.S.A.
+£10.
Western
Europe
+£5
.
C16380 A small basalt figure of a cockatoo. Marked 'WEDGWOOD MADE IN ENGLAND'. Date: c.1930. Size: 12cm. (4 3/4") high by 5.5cm. (2 1/8") long and 4.2cm. (1 5/8") wide. This figure is one of a series of animals that were designed by Ernest Light, for Wedgwood, in 1914 and they were very naturalistically modelled. They were produced again in the 1930's. The earlier run had glass eyes and when they were re-introduced in the 1930's the eyes were moulded in the basalt. This piece is quite well modelled but the detail is not as good as the earlier versions. It is in excellent condition. £175.
Nil.
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