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Wedgwood Creamware Vase

Wedgwood Slip Decorated Creamware Vase Made England Circa 1810
By Wedgwood
Located in Katonah, NY
This early 19th century Wedgwood slip decorated vase has an elegant design. It is decorated with
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Antique Early 19th Century English Vases

Materials

Pearlware

Wedgwood Black Ravenstone Set
By Wedgwood
Located in Delft, NL
Wedgwood black Ravenstone set Wedgwood Ravenstone small urn, vase and cache pot Matte black
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20th Century English Vases

Materials

Creamware

Wedgwood Black Ravenstone Set
Wedgwood Black Ravenstone Set
H 7.88 in Dm 5.99 in
Victoriaware campana Vase in White with Gilt Decoration. Wedgwood C1880.
By Wedgwood
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A campana vase in white & gilt Victoriaware. Victoriaware was a mixture of parian and creamware
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Antique Late 19th Century English Neoclassical Urns

Materials

Other

Early Wedgwood Neoclassical Creamware Dessert Dishes Made circa 1780
By Wedgwood
Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
A set of four early Wedgwood creamware Neoclassical dessert dishes made circa 1780. Sir William
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Antique Late 18th Century English Neoclassical Ceramics

Materials

Creamware

Creamware Pair of English Flower Holders, 18th Century circa 1780
By Neale & Co.
Located in Katonah, NY
WHY WE LOVE IT: One of our absolute favorites! A pair of 18th-century creamware flower holders
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Antique Late 18th Century English Neoclassical Vases

Materials

Creamware

Bincentenary Wine Cooler, Wedgwood, circa 1950
By Wedgwood
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
Two handled vase in creamware, with moonstone glaze and platinum lustre decoration. Designed by
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Antique Mid-19th Century English Arts and Crafts Pottery

Materials

Earthenware

Two Wedgwood Table Lamps ´Edme Vine´, 1960s
Located in MIJDRECHT, NL
Two Wedgwood table lamps Édme Vines', Creamware Ceramics. Very stylisch and warm table lamps from
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Mid-20th Century Table Lamps

Materials

Ceramic, Fabric

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Neapolitan Vesuvius Gouache
Located in New York, NY
Original hand-painted Neapolitan gouache entitled "Eruz de Gennajo 1839." An excellent example of the classic Neapolitan School view. Unsigned. Displayed in an archival mat with an o...
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1830s Landscape Paintings

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Gouache, Paper

Wedgwood Black and White Jasper "Pegasus" Covered Vase, 19th Century
Located in New York, NY
The black jasper ovoid body decorated in white relief with the Apotheosis of Virgil after John Flaxman, the shoulder with snake handles above Medusa masks, the domed cover with Pegas...
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Antique 19th Century English Vases

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Porcelain

Antique Grand Tour Urn Vase, Early 19th Century
Located in Richmond, London
A charming Grand Tour style porcelain vase, matte black ground with polychrome decorations in ancient Greek style,  English, mid-19th century.
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Antique Mid-19th Century English Regency Vases

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Porcelain

Early 19th Century Wedgwood Tricolor Jasperware Jardiniere
By Wedgwood
Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
A Wedgwood jardiniere with lilac and sage details on a white jasperware ground. Jasperware is perhaps the quintessential Wedgwood clay body and is even considered by some to be a ...
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Antique Early 19th Century British Neoclassical Planters, Cachepots and ...

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Ceramic, Stoneware

12 Heavily Gilt Encrusted Antique Minton England Dinner Plates, Artist Signed
By Minton
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
From one of the most admired Gilded Age factories, Minton England we have a set of 12 custom ordered dinner plates with exquisite raised tooled gilding. The collars feature fan flowe...
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Antique Early 1900s British Dinner Plates

Materials

Gold, Enamel

Touraine Flow Blue Henry Alcott Plate
Located in Clearwater, FL
Semi porcelain flow blue plate Henry Alcott. Made in England, circa 1890s.
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Antique 1890s English Dinner Plates

Materials

Porcelain

Touraine Flow Blue Henry Alcott Plate
Touraine Flow Blue Henry Alcott Plate
H 1.25 in W 10.5 in D 10.5 in
Spode Pottery Neo-Classical Greek Pattern Blue Dessert Dish
By Spode
Located in Downingtown, PA
Spode Pottery neoclassical Greek Pattern Blue Dessert dish, circa 1810 The Spode pearlware pottery-shaped dessert Greek Pattern dish has a central panel with a horseman on a rear...
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Antique Early 19th Century English Georgian Platters and Serveware

Materials

Pearlware, Pottery

Vintage English Silver Plate Silent Butler with Removable Lid & Ebonised Handle
By Charles Howard Collins
Located in Morristown, NJ
A vintage silver plated English Silent Butler with an ebonised wooden handle. The lid, engraved with a lion, raises to show a rectangular recessed receptacle. The hollow space undern...
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Vintage 1930s English Georgian Sheffield and Silverplate

Materials

Silver Plate

Copeland Neo-classical Greek Pattern Blue Sauce Tureen & Cover
By Spode
Located in Downingtown, PA
Copeland-Late Spode Neo-Classical Greek Pattern Blue Sauce Tureen & Cover, circa 1847. From a large collection of Greek Pattern Objects- please inquire about other pieces- plates...
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Antique Mid-19th Century English Neoclassical Soup Tureens

Materials

Pearlware, Pottery

English Porcelain Dinner Plate Blue and Gold Royal Crown Chelsea
By Royal Crown Derby Porcelain
Located in New York, NY
A gorgeous English porcelain dinner plate made by Royal Chelsea, circa early to mid-20th century, 1940s -1960s, England. Plate is decorated with 22-karat gold and small turquoise blu...
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Mid-20th Century English Dinner Plates

Materials

Gold

Group of Wedgwood Feather Edge Creamware / Pearlware
By Wedgwood
Located in Dallas, TX
a handsome 25 piece group of feather edge creamware / pearlware with impressed Wedgwood mark, group includes a tureen with lid, several oval platters, and several sizes of plates. En...
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Antique Late 18th Century English Neoclassical Tableware

Materials

Porcelain

Spode Pottery Neoclassical Greek Pattern Blue Salad Plates Set of Fifteen
By Spode
Located in Downingtown, PA
Spode Pottery neoclassical Greek pattern blue salad plates, Refreshment for Phliasian Horseman (Set of Fifteen) Early 19th century From a large collection of Spode Greek Patter...
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Antique Early 18th Century English Neoclassical Dinner Plates

Materials

Pearlware, Pottery

Antique English Hand Painted Service Plates Set of Eight
By Tiffany & Co., Copeland Spode
Located in Lambertville, NJ
A set of eight hand painted English service dinner plates by Copeland Spode, made for Tiffany & Co., NYC. Each one hand painted with a basket of fruit and leaves signed by the artist...
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Antique Late 19th Century English Dinner Plates

Materials

Porcelain

Creamware Heart Shaped Dish England Late 18th Century Made by Wedgwood and Co
By Wedgwood & Co
Located in Katonah, NY
The first popular use of the heart shape as a symbol of love is often attributed to the importance of courtly romance in late-medieval life. At a time when chivalrous knights and dam...
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Antique Late 18th Century English Porcelain

Materials

Creamware

Copeland Neo-Classical Greek Pattern Blue Circular Tureen and Cover
By Copeland Spode
Located in Downingtown, PA
Copeland-Late Spode Neo-classical greek pattern blue circular tureen and cover, 1902 The Spode pottery covered footed tureen of circular form with the underglaze blue Greek patte...
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Early 20th Century English Neoclassical Revival Pottery

Materials

Pottery

Josiah Wedgwood Colored Cabbage Leaf on Basket Plate
By Josiah Wedgwood
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A majolica multi-colored glazed cabbage leaf on basket rim plate, Josiah Wedgwood, circa 1870. Most often found in a solid green glaze, cabbage leaf plates were also made briefly i...
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Antique Late 19th Century English Aesthetic Movement Dinner Plates

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Earthenware

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Late 18th-19th Century circa 1800 Creamware Pot by Wedgwood, Impressed Mark
By Wedgwood
Located in Atlanta, GA
Late 18th-19th century circa 1800 creamware pot by Wedgwood, impressed mark.
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Antique Early 1800s English Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Ceramic, Creamware

A Rare Wedgwood Creamware Three-Tiered Bough Pot
By Wedgwood
Located in Katonah, NY
A rare and beautiful 18th century Wedgwood creamware three-tiered bough pot with three levels of
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Antique 18th Century and Earlier English Neoclassical Vases

Materials

Creamware, Pottery

Antique Creamware Food Warmer
By Wedgwood
Located in Katonah, NY
An early creamware food warmer comprising a pedestal stand with applied lion's head mask, pinwheel
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Antique Late 18th Century British Neoclassical Vases and Vessels

Materials

Creamware

Antique Creamware Food Warmer
Antique Creamware Food Warmer
H 10.5 in Dm 5.25 in
Collection of Six Wedgwood Ravenstone Urns
By Wedgwood
Located in Stockton, NJ
An assembled collection of six Wedgwood Ravenstone matte black urns. Measures: Large measures 9.5
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Mid-20th Century English Urns

Materials

Creamware

A Pair of Early 19th Century Wedgwood Creamware Covered Vases
Located in Katonah, NY
early as 1769. This elegant pair of Wedgwood creamware covered vases and stands was made c1820
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Antique 19th Century English Vases

Pair of Early Wedgwood Pearlware Porphyry Urns
By Wedgwood
Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
Wedgwood developed his pearlware glaze in 1779 as a white-ware alternative to his wildly popular creamware
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Antique Late 18th Century British Neoclassical Urns

Materials

Pearlware, Pottery

Set of 6 Early Wedgwood Creamware Neoclassical Style Dinner Dishes
By Wedgwood
Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
A set of six early Wedgwood creamware Neoclassical dessert dishes made circa 1780. Sir William
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Antique Late 18th Century British Neoclassical Dinner Plates

Materials

Creamware

Herculaneum Porcelain Vase, Purple, Flowers Lion Head Handles Regency circa 1820
By Herculaneum Pottery
Located in London, GB
This is a beautiful campana vase made by Herculaneum in circa 1820. The Herculaneum pottery was
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Antique 1820s English Regency Vases

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Porcelain

Small Wedgwood Creamware Vase, England
By Wedgwood
Located in Delft, NL
Small Wedgwood creamware vase, England Small Wedgwood creamware vase with in pearl medallion the
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20th Century English Vases

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Earthenware

Pair of Antique Wedgwood Vases Made of Pearl-Glazed Creamware, Late 18th Century
By Wedgwood
Located in Katonah, NY
This pair of late 18th century Wedgwood pearl-glazed creamware vases is a powerful and beautiful
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Antique Late 18th Century English Neoclassical Vases

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Pearlware

Early Wedgwood Dipped Pearlware Bough Pot
By Wedgwood
Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
wildly popular creamware, or ‘Queen’s ware.’ The glaze, named “Pearl White'' by Wedgwood and his partner
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Antique Late 18th Century British Neoclassical Vases

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Ceramic, Earthenware, Pearlware

Decorative Boxes and Vase, Wedgwood, Early 20th Century
Located in Roma, IT
. (commonly known as Wedgwood), is an English fine ceramic manufacture, fanous for its creamware, basaltware
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Early 20th Century British Paperweights

Materials

Ceramic

Antique Red Greek Ware Soup Tureen Decorated with Classical Figures circa 1810
By Herculaneum Pottery
Located in Katonah, NY
shaped and four vase shaped panels. The panels show a variety of daily scenes including men and women in
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Antique Early 19th Century English Neoclassical Soup Tureens

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Earthenware

Wedgwood Creamware Two-part Potpourri Vase
By Wedgwood
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This Wedgwood Creamware Two-part Potpourri Vase is decorated decorated with Bands of Painted Oak
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Antique 19th Century English Neoclassical Jars

Antique Wedgwood Creamware Pottery Sander with Silver Trim at Base, circa 1775
Located in Woodstock, OXFORDSHIRE
Creamware pottery sander ( ink writing blotter) impressed Wedgwood circa 1775 period. This rare
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Antique Late 18th Century English Regency Jars

Materials

Ceramic, Creamware, Pottery

English Creamware Inkwell with Bud Vase
Located in Hudson, NY
English creamware inkwell. Probably Wedgwood. Pierced base supported by feet. Bud vase, inkwell
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Antique 19th Century British Desk Accessories

Materials

Creamware

English Creamware Inkwell with Bud Vase
English Creamware Inkwell with Bud Vase
H 7.5 in W 5.75 in D 6.5 in
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