A selection of First Period Wedgwood bone china, circa 1820, including: a two-handled pot-pourri and pierced cover, painted in puce with landscape vignettes in the manner of John Cutts, iron-red printed mark, 10cm wide; a Botanical Flowers plate, iron-red mark, 21.5cm diameter; and an assortment of mostly Wedgwood bone china teawares
Provenance: The Oxborrow Collection.
Cf. Reilly & Savage, The Dictionary of Wedgwood (1989), p. 52 for an example of the Botanical Flowers plate and p. 110 for a sugar box painted by John Cutts and a tea service on p. 50.
Gilt worn to the handle of pot-pourri, stacking wear to Botanical Flowers plate, the stylised chinese pattern saucer iron-red and green is cracked, iron-red leaf band saucer cracked. Some rubbing throughout the remainder. CONDITION REPORT DISCLAIMER
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