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Coffee cup and saucer decorated with scenes from the Italian commedia dell’ arte
c.1763-1770
Maker: Wedgwood (English, est. 1759)
Country: UK; England
Cassolette with 'dice pattern' decoration
c. 1790
Maker: Wedgwood (English, est. 1759)
Country: UK; England
Ink Well  (“inkstandish” or “ecritoire”)
model introduced in 1776; produced c. 1769-1780
Maker: Wedgwood and Bentley (English, active 1769-1780)
Country: UK; England
Teapot and cover
c.1820
Maker: Wedgwood (English, est. 1759)
Country: UK; England
Bishop
Made c.1820, original models created 1783-1784
Maker: Wedgwood (English, est. 1759), original models designed by John Flaxman (English, 1755-1826)
Country: UK; England
Teapot and cover in the form of a pineapple
c. 1760-1770
Maker: Probably Josiah Wedgwood (English, 1730-1795) or Thomas Whieldon (English, 1719-1795)
Country: UK; England
Cream jug
c.1780-1800
Maker: Wedgwood (English, est. 1759)
Country: UK; England
Plate
c. 1881
Maker: Made by Wedgwood (English, established 1759), pattern attributed to Lewis Foreman Day (British, 1845 -1910)
Country: UK; England
Sauce tureen on stand
c.1800-1820
Maker: Wedgwood (English, est. 1759)
Country: UK; England