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Wedgwood & Bentley Opulent Gilded Satyr Vase - At Waterford Wedgwood Royal Doulton, San Marcos, TX or call 1-800-203-4540

Wedgwood & Bentley Opulent Gilded Satyr Vase - At Waterford Wedgwood Royal Doulton, San Marcos, TX or call

Wedgwood Green Jasper Dip Dancing Hours Vase and Cover, England, early 20th century, acorn finial, the central band of classical figures bordered with vertical engine turnings, mounted on a raised square plinth.

Wedgwood Green Jasper Dip Dancing Hours Vase and Cover, England, early

Wedgwood China and Bentley Blues Snake Handled Vase $30,000.00

Modern blue snake handled tall vase on a plinth (based on 1787 ornamental ware Wedgwood catalouge) by Wedwood Bentlley, England

Dancing Hours Wedgwood teapot. Wedgwood Jasperware is a type of stoneware first developed by Josiah Wedgwood, although some authorities have described it as a type of porcelain. It is noted for its matte finish and is produced in a number of different colours,of which the best known is a pale blue that has become known as 'Wedgwood Blue'.

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Wedgwood Light Blue Jasper Dip Canopic Jar and Cover, England, early 19th century, applied white relief bands of hieroglyphs and zodiac symbols above Egyptian motifs.

♥ ~ ♥ Blue and White ♥ ~ ♥ Wedgwood Light Blue Jasper Dip Canopic Jar and Cover, England, early century

Vase and cover      Place of origin:      Etruria, England (made)     Date:      1800-1830 (made)     Artist/Maker:      Josiah Wedgwood and Sons (maker)     Materials and Techniques:      Jasperware with applied reliefs     Credit Line:      Bequeathed by J.A. Tulk, Esq.

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Vase and cover Place of origin: Etruria, England (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Josiah Wedgwood and Sons (maker) Materials and Techniques: Jasperware with applied reliefs Credit Line: Bequeathed by J.

Paul de Lamerie (English, 1688–1751, active 1712–51). Loving Cup with Cover, 1742–43. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Rev. Alfred Duane Pell, 1925 (25.15.58a, b)

Loving cup with cover Maker: Paul de Lamerie (British, active Date: Culture: British, London Medium: Silver gilt

Cockerel Egg (originally Cukoo Clock Egg), 1900. egg was given by Tsar Nicholas II to Epress Maria Feodoronova as a gift.

The Cuckoo (Cockerel) Egg. A Faberge Imperial Easter Egg presented by Tsar Nicholas II to his mother the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna at Easter 1900

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