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E18061 A group of three Wedgwood Majolica glazed plates. Each one is impressed 'WEDGWOOD' but they also have other marks. Although we have pictured these together they can be purchased individually. The one in the first two images below (E18061) is impressed with the letter 'S'. The ones in images three and four (E18062), and five and six (E18063), both have the impressed letters 'DNU' and a single letter 'F'. DNU is the date code for the year 1866. These plates are all moulded with the sunflower design which is then covered in a green, majolica glaze. They are all in very good condition.
Dimensions of each plate: Diameter 21.8cm. (8 5/8in) Depth 2.3cm. (7/8in).
£42.
each
or £105.
the three.
U.S.A.
+£12. Western Europe.
+£6. each.
U.S.A.
+£30. Western Europe.
+£15.
the 3
E17999 A Wedgwood dark green jasper pot and cover from a dressing table set. This piece is marked 'WEDWOOD ENGLAND' and it dates from c.1910. The colour, which is a very unusual dark green, is known as Dysart green. It was only produced for 6 years, between 1906 and 1912. Wedgwood had issues with the pigment bleeding into the white reliefs so they stopped the production. The piece is decorated with four different classical subjects and there is a border of oak leaves and acorns to the rim of the lid. It is in excellent condition.
Dimensions: Diameter 7.5cm (3in). Height 7.9cm. (3 1/8in).
£82. U.S.A.
+£12. Western Europe.
+£6.
E17801

A group of three Wedgwood Majolica glazed plates with pierced borders. Each one is impressed 'WEDGWOOD' but they also have other marks. One is impressed with the letters 'GXZ' and a single letter 'F'. GXZ is the date code for the year 1871. One has the impressed letters 'CGY' and a single letter 'D'. CGY is the date code for the year 1870. There is also a painted '3 X', which may be a workmans mark, on each plate. These plates have very attractive borders which are pierced with a Grecian style design. The plates are then coloured with a mixture of green, brown and yellow majolica glazes. Due to the nature of the glaze each plate looks slightly different. They are all in perfect condition.
Dimensions of each plate: Diameter 22cm. (8 3/4in) Depth 2cm. (3/4in).
. U.S.A.
+£30. Western Europe.
+£10.
E17884 A Wedgwood settling pan. This is a most unusual piece of Wedgwoods' white ware and it dates from c.1820. Wedgwood developed his whiteware for making utility pieces for the dairy and kitchen. As they were made for everyday use and, at the time, were not valued, their survival rate was low and they are now quite rare. This piece would have been used for settling the milk in the dairy before skimming off the cream for making cheese. It is an unusual size as it is much smaller and shallower than most. It is in excellent condition.
Dimensions: Length 41.2cm. (16 1/4 in) Width 31.5cm. (12 1/2 in) Depth 6cm. (2 3/8 in).
£245.

U.S.A.
+£35. Western Europe.
+£10.

E17886 A 19th century, Wedgwood, majolica plate. This piece has a number of impressed and enamelled marks. It is impressed 'WEDGWOOD' and also 'QOK'. This was Wedgwoods' system of date coding which dates the plate to 1882. Under this is an impressed 'A' which would have been the workmans' mark. There is a red enamelled number '3153' which would be the pattern number. The plate is moulded with a sunflower design. This shape was used in various forms, most commonly with a green glaze. This one, however, is picked out in brown and yellow majolica glazes, an unusual and very effective colour combination. It is in excellent condition.
Dimensions: 22.2cm. (8 3/4 in) diameter Depth 2.9cm. (1 1/8 in).
£72. U.S.A.
+£15. Western Europe.
+£10.
D17102 A Wedgwood, yellow jasper dip biscuit barrel with black relief. This piece is impressed, to the base, with the marks 'WEDGWOOD' and a letter 'B' and it dates from c.1870. It has a silver plated lid and mounts, with a folding handle. This is one of the more unusual colour combinations which was produced by Wedgwood. It is decorated with four small classical reliefs above which is a band of grapes and vines, and beneath are garlands of the same hanging from lion masks. The reliefs are all good quality and the piece is in excellent condition. There is one small, dark mark in the yellow dip but this is from the time of manufacture.
Dimensions: Height to the rim of the barrel 15.5cm. (6 1/8 in) Diameter 16cm. (6 1/4 in) at its widest part, Total height, when the handle is standing up 23.8cm. (9 3/8 in).
£295. U.S.A.
+£10. Western Europe.
+£5.
E17658 A small, three colour, jasper dip plaque depicting a scene from classical mythology. The white relief is set on a dark blue ground, with a lilac border. Marked 'WEDGWOOD'. It is also marked with an impressed 'O', which would be a workmans' mark. Date: c.1790. Size: 4.8cm. (1 7/8") long by 2.2cm. (7/8") wide. This plaque is of exceptional quality. The jasper has a very fine, silky smooth texture and the white relief, which is tiny, is very finely detailed. The edge of the plaque is lapidary polished. This was only done in the 18th century. It is in excellent condition. £225. Nil.
E17659 A small, three colour, jasper dip plaque depicting a scene from classical mythology. The white relief is set on a green ground, with a black border. Marked 'WEDGWOOD'. Date: c.1790. Size: 5.7cm. (2 1/4") long by 2.5cm. (1") wide. This plaque is of exceptional quality. The jasper has a very fine, silky smooth texture and the white relief, which is tiny, is very finely detailed. The edge of the plaque is lapidary polished. This was only done in the 18th century. Unfortunately the plaque has been broken in half and glued back together. It is, however, an interesting example of 18th century Wedgwood. £78. U.S.A.
+£10. Western Europe.
Nil.
D17448 A lilac jasper dip biscuit barrel. Marked 'WEDGWOOD ENGLAND' and it is also impressed with a letter 'P'. Date: c.1900. Size: 13.3cm. (5 1/4") diameter by 16.5cm. (6 1/2") high to the top of the finial on the lid. The piece has a silver plated lid and mounts, with a folding handle, and it aslo has a silver plated base with ball feet. It is decorated with a continuous band of classical figures and trees. The reliefs are all very good quality and the lilac jasper dip is an attractive colour. Sometimes the lilac can look a little mushy but this is quite vibrant. It is in excellent condition and all the metalwork has been replated. £245. U.S.A.
+£15. Western Europe.
+£5.
D17411 A green, majolica glazed dish with a flower and leaf moulded design. Marked 'WEDGWOOD' and it ia also impressed with a large letter 'I' and the number '2'. Date: c.1870. Size: 24cm. (9 1/2") long by 19cm. (7 1/2") wide by 3.8cm. (1 1/2") deep. This dish is very well moulded with foxgloves, set against large leaves, with a basketwork background. The moulding is very well detailed and the whole piece is covered with a green, majolica glaze. The glaze is quite thick in parts. It is in very good condition but there is a small piece of kiln grit near to the centre of the dish and the glaze is a little crazed. This would have been one of the serving dishes from a dessert service. £42. U.S.A.
+£15. Western Europe.
+£10.
D16741 A small, pale green, jasper dip spill vase. Marked 'WEDGWOOD '. There is also an impressed, three letter date code but the last letter is quite indistinct. Date: c.1870. Size: 6cm. (2 3/8") diameter, at the base, by 10.2cm. (4") high. This piece was for holding spills for lighting the fire. It is decorated with Apollo and one of the Muses with trees between them. To the rim is a border of scrolling flowers. The reliefs are good quality and the vase is in excellent condition. £72. U.S.A.
+£10. Western Europe.
+£5.
A14600 A green jasper dip, straight sided jug. Marked 'WEDGWOOD ENGLAND'. It is also marked with an impressed number '12', which may be a batch number, and the letter 'P'. Date: c.1900. Size: 19cm. (7 1/2") high by 11.5cm. (4 1/2") diameter at it the base. This jug is decorated with a continuous band of classical figures offering sacrifices. There is a border of grapes and vines to the rim. All of the reliefs are very good quality and the piece is in excellent condition. £98. U.S.A.
+£17. Western Europe.
+£12.

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