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Wedgwood Furniture

Arguably the most celebrated of all English ceramics makers, Wedgwood was founded in 1759 by potter Josiah Wedgwood (1730–95) in Staffordshire, which was home at one time to hundreds of pottery workshops. The company is famed for its Jasperware — molded neoclassical stoneware vases, plates and other pieces inspired by ancient cameo glass, featuring white figures, scenes and decorative elements set in relief on a matte-colored background. The best-known background hue is light blue, but Wedgwood’s iconic silhouettes also appear on green, lilac, yellow, black and even white grounds. Some antique Wedgwood dinnerware pieces and other items feature three or more colors.

The Wedgwood firm first came to prominence for its tableware, which quickly gained favor in aristocratic households throughout Britain and Europe. In 1765, Wedgwood was commissioned to create a cream-colored earthenware service for Queen Charlotte, consort of King George III. The queen was so thrilled with her new china that Wedgwood was given permission to call himself “Potter to Her Majesty,” and the decorative style became known as Queen’s Ware. 

Not to be outdone, Catherine the Great of Russia commissioned her own set of Wedgwood china in 1773. Nearly 200 years later, the firm created a 1,200-piece service for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. In recent years, leading designers including Jasper Conran and Vera Wang have collaborated with Wedgwood — in the tradition of such distinguished 18th-century artists such as the painter George Stubbs and metalsmith Matthew Boulton.

From plates and other dinnerware to decorative items like urns, cachepots and candlesticks, Wedgwood designs lend a traditional air to Anglophile interiors. And even if you have to make your own tea, you may find it comforting to sip it from a delicate cup that was manufactured in the same Stoke-on-Trent kiln that produced Her Majesty’s tea service. Be sure to keep your pinky raised.

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Creator: Wedgwood
Wedgwood Dynasty Porcelain Plates, Set of 2
By Wedgwood
Located in New York, NY
A rare set of two (2) Wedgwood Dynasty collection porcelain bread plates, circa late-20th century, England. A beautiful set of Wedgwood 'Dynasty' collection porcelain bread plates, o...
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Late 20th Century English Wedgwood Furniture

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Porcelain

English Wedgwood Jasperware Bowl Neoclassical
By Wedgwood
Located in New York, NY
A beautiful English Wedgwood Jasperware sage green and white matte stoneware bowl, in the Neoclassical design style, circa mid- to late 20th century, E...
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20th Century English Neoclassical Wedgwood Furniture

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Ceramic, Pottery, Stoneware

Set 18 Wedgwood Creamware Dessert or Salad Dishes England, circa 1820
By Wedgwood
Located in Katonah, NY
Made in England in the early 19th century, circa 1815, these Wedgwood dessert or salad dishes are a beautiful and sophisticated set. The combination o...
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Early 19th Century English Neoclassical Antique Wedgwood Furniture

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Creamware

Set Dozen Wedgwood Creamware Dinner Dishes Made England 1904
By Wedgwood
Located in Katonah, NY
Made in 1904, the border design on this set of Wedgwood dinner dishes was inspired by designs in Josiah Wedgwood's mid-18th century First Pattern Book. The red berries and beige leaves on the vine combine perfectly with the creamy color of the creamware plate. The result is a subtle beauty. The underside of the dishes has an impressed mark for Wedgwood and "W G" for August 1904. Dimensions: diameter 9.25" x .75" height Condition: Excellent Price: $1120 Background of Early 20th Century Wedgwood: In the late 19th century, Wedgwood designs were mostly influenced by the Aesthetic and Arts and Crafts movements. In 1904 Wedgwood promoted John Goodwin...
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Early 20th Century English Neoclassical Wedgwood Furniture

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Creamware

Wedgwood Tri-Color Teapot
By Wedgwood
Located in New Orleans, LA
This charming Wedgwood teapot is crafted of tri-color jasperware, one of the firm’s rarest creations. The teapot’s classic form displays beautifully ap...
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19th Century Victorian Antique Wedgwood Furniture

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Ceramic

Pair Wedgwood Egyptian Revival Black Basalt Sphinxes Made 18th Century, England
By Wedgwood
Located in Katonah, NY
These stunning Wedgwood black basalt sphinxes are a true masterpiece of Wedgwood craftsmanship and artistry. These mythical creatures are a sight to behold with their majestic woman's head, mighty lion's body, and elegant wings. Each sphinx sits atop a raised rectangular base, adorned with a geometric design of circles and fleur-de-lis. Each sphinx features a 'lotus flower' nozzle to hold candles, adding a touch of whimsy and charm. Made in the eighteenth century, circa 1785, these sphinxes showcase Wedgwood's exceptional attention to detail and dedication to quality. The underside of each sphinx is marked with an impressed "Wedgwood" signature in lowercase letters. With a height of 10.2", a depth of 7", and a width of 3.6", these sphinxes are truly imposing in size and presence. In excellent condition, this pair is a rare and highly coveted find for collectors of Wedgwood black basalt. Reference: "The Dictionary of Wedgwood" R Reilly and G Savage pg 323. Dimensions: 10.2" height x 7" deep x 3.6" wide Condition: Excellent with tiny edge chips invisibly restored Price: $6,600 Background of Wedgwood black basalt: In the mid-18th century, Josiah Wedgwood created black stoneware, which he named "Black Basalt," as it resembled Egyptian basalt...
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Late 18th Century English Egyptian Revival Antique Wedgwood Furniture

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Stoneware

Set of Six Wedgwood Yellow Plates
By Wedgwood
Located in New York, NY
Set of six Wedgwood yellow plates. Six vintage creamware shallow bowls/plates in "Cane" yellow with impressed and stamped marks for Wedgwood. England...
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Mid-20th Century English Wedgwood Furniture

Materials

Creamware

Pair of Rosso Antico Candlesticks, Wedgwood, circa 1820
By Wedgwood
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A rare pair of bell shaped candlesticks in rosso antico, with black decoration of ‘Boys at Play’.
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Early 19th Century English Neoclassical Antique Wedgwood Furniture

Materials

Stoneware

Wedgwood Fairyland Lustre Imps on Bridge Vase
By Wedgwood
Located in Chelmsford, Essex
Wedgwood Fairyland Lustre vase decorated in the Imps on a bridge pattern. This pattern features a line of imps crossing a bridge. A bird sits on the shoreline of a lake below the bri...
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1920s Vintage Wedgwood Furniture

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Ceramic

19th Century Wedgwood Jasperware Dresser Box
By Wedgwood
Located in High Point, NC
Late 19th century Jasperware dresser box by Wedgwood. The blue color is lovely and gives off that bit of elegance in any room in which it is placed. Signed on base.
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19th Century English Victorian Antique Wedgwood Furniture

Materials

Ceramic

Willow pattern oval platter by Wedgwood, 1891-92
By Wedgwood
Located in Kenilworth, IL
Staffordshire oval platter decorated in the Willow transfer pattern, after a Chinese model. Stamped on the underside: Wedgwood, 3EO, T (which indicates the manufacturing years of 18...
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1890s British Antique Wedgwood Furniture

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Ceramic

Pink Porcelain 'Nautilus' Dessert Service by Wedgwood for John Mortlock, 1880s
By Josiah Wedgwood, Wedgwood
Located in Bristol, GB
Antique Victorian Shell Shaped Dishes and Plates Dating from 1884 this service would have been a bespoke order commissioned through John Mortlock’s upma...
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1880s British Victorian Antique Wedgwood Furniture

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Porcelain

Three Wedgwood Creamware Oval Dishes England Circa 1830
By Wedgwood
Located in Katonah, NY
Made by Wedgwood in England circa 1830, this group of three oval dishes is lovely creamware with a simple, elegant design. Creamware is cream-colored, refined earthenware. It was cre...
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Early 19th Century English Neoclassical Antique Wedgwood Furniture

Materials

Creamware

Wedgwood Blue Jasper Ware Vessels Classical Scenes, Collection of 3, FREESHIP
By Wedgwood
Located in Bochum, NRW
A lovely collection of Wedgwood Jasperware Pale Blue four pieces, comprising a vase, a bowl, and a cachepot. Made by Wedgwood in England in 1980s, marked/stamped on base. Dimensions:...
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1980s English Vintage Wedgwood Furniture

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Ceramic

Wedgwood Majolica Tortoise and Daisy Design C. 1871 & 1872- Set of 2
By Wedgwood
Located in Ross, CA
Set of two antique majolica plates by Wedgwood in England in 1871 and 1872. The ceramic plates have a molted tortoise shell design in the center surrounded by a ring of daisies, sepa...
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1870s English Victorian Antique Wedgwood Furniture

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Ceramic

Wedgwood Blue Jasper Ware Vessels Classical Scenes, Collection of 4, FREESHIP
By Wedgwood
Located in Bochum, NRW
A lovely collection of Wedgwood Jasperware Pale Blue four pieces, comprising a jug, a pair of vases, and an ashtray. Made by Wedgwood in England in 1980s, marked/stamped on base. Dim...
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1980s English Vintage Wedgwood Furniture

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Ceramic

Wedgwood pink and white jasperware tray
By Wedgwood
Located in GRENOBLE, FR
Large Wedgwood jasperware tray, beautiful neoclassical style item decorated with white antique-style scenes picturing Psyche with Cupid around...
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20th Century English Neoclassical Wedgwood Furniture

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Ceramic, Stoneware

Wedgwood Platter
By Wedgwood
Located in Katonah, NY
This is a large Wedgwood creamware platter with a beautiful band of pink daisies with green leaves. The pink and green complement each other perfectly. It's a happy pattern! The plat...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Wedgwood Furniture

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Creamware

Silver framed Medallion, George Washington by Bert Bentley, Wedgwood, circa 1925
By Wedgwood
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A portrait medallion of George Washington, in pale blue jasperware, and set in a quality frame of silver, reeded and cross-banded. Decorated by Bert Bentley, one of the best of the e...
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Early 20th Century English Neoclassical Revival Wedgwood Furniture

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Stoneware

Wedgwood Blue Jasper Smoking Set Classical Scenes, Set of 2, FREESHIP
By Wedgwood
Located in Bochum, NRW
A lovely Smoking Set of Wedgwood Jasperware Pale Blue two pieces, comprising a round lidded box, and an ashtray. Made by Wedgwood in England in 1980s, marked/stamped on base. Dimensi...
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1980s English Vintage Wedgwood Furniture

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Ceramic

19th Century Wedgwood Jasper Vase
By Wedgwood
Located in Dublin 8, IE
19th Century Wedgwood light blue Jasper tripod vase complete with cover with applied white relief of foliage and bell flowers, the terminals with lion masks and rings, all standing a...
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19th Century English Antique Wedgwood Furniture

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Porcelain

Set of 6 Wedgwood blue and white jasperware bread plates
By Wedgwood
Located in GRENOBLE, FR
Set of 6 Wedgwood jasperware trinket trays, beautiful neoclassical style item decorated with white antique-style scenes. Second half of 20t...
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20th Century English Neoclassical Wedgwood Furniture

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Ceramic, Stoneware

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 ochre-colored slip on the outside and features unpainted white grooved columns that r...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Wedgwood Furniture

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Pearlware

Ralph Lauren Wedgwood Patchwork Cup & Saucer set ~ 4 pieces
By Ralph Lauren, Wedgwood
Located in New York, NY
A four (4) piece up and saucer set in the Patchwork pattern by Wedgwood for Ralph Lauren. Made in England, circa 1990. This rare and out of production pattern features a blue/white...
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1990s English Country Wedgwood Furniture

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Ceramic

Campana Vase, Victoriaware Wedgwood, circa 1880
By Wedgwood
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A campana vase in white & gilt Victoriaware. Very French in style, the decoration being a copy of Sevres. It works surprisingly well on the neoclassical shape.
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Mid-19th Century English Neoclassical Antique Wedgwood Furniture

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Stoneware

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, used to create these extraordinary vases featuring Sevres-style decoration on classic...
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Late 19th Century English Neoclassical Antique Wedgwood Furniture

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Other

Pair of Flaxman Ewers in Black Basalt. Wedgwood C1830.
By Wedgwood
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
One of the iconic early wedgwood pieces, the pair of ewers Sacred to Neptune & Sacred to Bacchus was designed by Flaxman in the 1780s for Josiah Wedgwood. They have remained popular ...
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Early 19th Century English Neoclassical Antique Wedgwood Furniture

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Stoneware

Vintage Interiors by Wedgwood Rose Midnight 5.5” Bowl
By Wedgwood
Located in Fort Washington, MD
Delve into the world of classic English elegance with this exquisite vintage Wedgwood Rose Midnight Bowl. This remarkable piece is a true embodiment of ...
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Mid-20th Century English Neoclassical Wedgwood Furniture

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Pottery

Wedgwood Majolica Tortoise Glazed Scallop-Shell Seafood Server, 1889
By Wedgwood
Located in Philadelphia, PA
From Wedgwood, an English majolica scallop shell shaped seafood serving dish, date marked 1889. Showing the mottled tortoiseshell glazing of greens, amber, and brown. The mold refle...
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19th Century English Aesthetic Movement Antique Wedgwood Furniture

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Earthenware

Pair of Exceptional Wedgwood Edwardian Jasperware "Etruria" Planters, Date 1907
By Wedgwood
Located in Alexandria, VA
This outstanding pair of "Etruria" jasperware planters pulls their decorative motifs from the forms and decorations of ancient Rome -- and more spe...
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Early 20th Century English Edwardian Wedgwood Furniture

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Ceramic

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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Late 18th Century English Neoclassical Antique Wedgwood Furniture

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Porcelain

A Wedgwood Black Basalt Library Bust of Cicero
By Wedgwood
Located in London, GB
A Wedgwood Black Basalt Library Bust of Cicero (106–43 BC) Roman Orator and Statesman Impressed ‘Wedgwood’ and ‘Cicero’ to the reverse England Circa 1780 – 1795 Size: 29cm high - ...
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Late 18th Century British Antique Wedgwood Furniture

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Terracotta

Sea Lion, by John Skeaping. Wedgwood C1925.
By Wedgwood, John Rattenbury Skeaping
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
In creamware, with moonstone glaze. The mould sculpted by John Skeaping. Signed for both Wedgwood and Skeaping. Skeaping was commissioned by Wedgwood to produce a series of animal s...
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1920s British Art Deco Vintage Wedgwood Furniture

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Creamware

Wedgwood Blue Jasper Ware Vessels Classical Scenes, Collection of 4, FREESHIP
By Wedgwood
Located in Bochum, NRW
A lovely collection of Wedgwood Jasperware Pale Blue four pieces, comprising a large vase, a short one, a mall pitcher (milk) and a small round tray. Made by Wedgwood in England in 1...
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1980s English Vintage Wedgwood Furniture

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Ceramic

Pair of large painted & signed roundels of Romeo and Juliet. Wedgwood 1881.
By Wedgwood, J. Hewitt
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
Wedgwood made a series of twelve hand-painted creamware dishes, featuring characters from Skaespeare's plays. We're not sure how many sets were made,...
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Late 19th Century British Arts and Crafts Antique Wedgwood Furniture

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Pottery

Pair of Wedgwood Black Basalt Spill Vases
By Wedgwood
Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
A pair of Neoclassical black basalt spill vases by Wedgwood, made circa 1820. The vases are accented with a delicate border of scrolling acanthus leaves and depict excerpts from Joh...
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1820s English Neoclassical Antique Wedgwood Furniture

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Pottery, Stoneware

Black Basalt and Gilt Vestal Lamp, Wedgwood, circa 1800
By Wedgwood
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
An oil lamp in basalt with rare gilt and bronze highlights. This example is an early one, and was intended to be used. There is a 'sump cover' inside the lamp, which seals the po...
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Early 1800s English Neoclassical Antique Wedgwood Furniture

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Stoneware

Three Wedgwood Bone China Nautilus Collection Shells
By Wedgwood
Located in Doraville, GA
Three beautiful bone china gloss white glazed shells by Wedgwood. The shell designs were part of the "Nautilus Collection" and the pieces were made in England. The half shell measure...
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Late 20th Century English American Classical Wedgwood Furniture

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Porcelain

Wedgwood England Champagne Wine Cooler Slops Bucket in Porcelain & Cane Handle
By Wedgwood
Located in Barcelona, ES
Wedgwood Etruria Porcelain Container Slops Bucket with Cane Handle, England, 1930s. A Victorian Wedgwood Chinoiserie patterned porcelain slops bucket with an original swinging cane h...
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20th Century Spanish Victorian Wedgwood Furniture

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Rattan, Cane, Porcelain, Ceramic

Wedgwood 'Dancing Hours' Black Jasper Centrepiece Bowl
By Wedgwood
Located in Brisbane, QLD
A fine black jasper-ware bowl crafted by Wedgwood in a design known as the 'Dancing Hours'. The black basalt wash over white jasper piece dates to the 1950s and has been handmade in ...
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Mid-20th Century English Neoclassical Wedgwood Furniture

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Ceramic

Wedgwood blue and white jasperware box
By Wedgwood
Located in GRENOBLE, FR
Large Wedgwood jasperware lidded candy box, beautiful neoclassical style item decorated with antique-style white grapes friezes on a sky-blue background. Second half of 20th century ...
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20th Century English Neoclassical Wedgwood Furniture

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Ceramic, Stoneware

English 19th c. Neo-Classical St. Wedgwood, White Jasperware & Giltwood Plaque
By Wedgwood
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A beautiful and very unique English 19th century Neo-Classical st. Wedgwood and white Jasperware plaque of Apollo, framed within an Italian patinated and Giltwood frame. This action-...
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19th Century English Neoclassical Antique Wedgwood Furniture

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Porcelain, Giltwood

Daisy Makeig-Jones Wedgwood Butterfly Lustre Vase
By Wedgwood, Daisy Makeig-Jones, Wedgwood Fairyland Lustre
Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
A Wedgwood Lustre Butterfly vase designed by Daisy Makeig-Jones circa 1915 as part of her revolutionary Ordinary Lustres line at the manufactory. This Wedgwood lustreware vase is a ...
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1910s English Art Deco Vintage Wedgwood Furniture

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Ceramic, Porcelain

Wedgwood Hummingbird Lustre Vase, c1925
By Wedgwood
Located in Tunbridge Wells, GB
Wedgwood Hummingbird Lustre Vase, c1925 Additional Information: Heading : Wedgwood hummingbird lustre vase Date : c1925 Period : George V Marks :...
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20th Century English Wedgwood Furniture

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Pottery

Jeweled Tree Vase. Wedgwood, circa 1980
By Wedgwood, Daisy Makeig-Jones
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
Fabulous baluster-shaped vase decorated with Jewelled Tree pattern. Panels to the sides depicting "Cat and Mouse" and "Copper Trees". From the late 20th century lustre revival. Prob...
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Late 20th Century English Art Deco Wedgwood Furniture

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Porcelain

Set of 16 Wedgwood Hand Painted Artist Signed Cobalt Gilt Fish Plates
By Wedgwood
Located in Great Barrington, MA
This is a large set of 16 hand painted and artist signed A. Holland, one of Wedgwood's famous and iconic artists. These fish plates are decorated with an unusual border incorporating...
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1930s English Aesthetic Movement Vintage Wedgwood Furniture

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Porcelain

Wedgwood Jasperware Pale Blue Lidded Vanity Jar
By Wedgwood
Located in Dallas, TX
PRESENTING A LOVELY Wedgwood Jasperware Pale Blue Lidded Vanity Jar. Made by Wedgwood in England in 1957 and fully and properly marked/stamped on base. Marked: “Wedgwood, Made in E...
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Mid-20th Century English Neoclassical Revival Wedgwood Furniture

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Ceramic

English Adam Style Wedgwood Bronze Dore Chandelier
By Wedgwood
Located in New York, NY
English Adam-Style (19th Century) bronze dore and wedgwood 4 arm chandelier with 4 hanging Wedgwood urns. (Originally gas, now fitted for electric) (HALLM...
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19th Century English Adam Style Antique Wedgwood Furniture

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Bronze

19th Century Wedgwood Jasperware Campagne Urn
By Wedgwood
Located in Dublin 8, IE
19th Century Wedgwood Jasperware twin handled campagne urn and cover, in the Neoclassical style, decorated with a frieze of Greek figures, with palmette borders in white on a blue ba...
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19th Century English Neoclassical Antique Wedgwood Furniture

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Ceramic, Porcelain

Portland Vase. Barnard Edition (Bert Bentley). Wedgwood C1925
By Wedgwood
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
In the early 1920s, Wedgwood decided to produce an exceptional edition of the Portland Vase, and Harry Barnard embarked on 3-4 years of experiments, which resulted in this superb and...
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Early 20th Century English Neoclassical Revival Wedgwood Furniture

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Pottery

Encaustic Painted Basalt Vase, Wedgwood, circa 1780
By Wedgwood
Located in Melbourne, Victoria
A fine, large vase in black basalt, decorated with an encaustic painted figure of a youth and an older man, taken from The Hamilton vase in the British Museum. It is unusual to find ...
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Late 18th Century English Neoclassical Antique Wedgwood Furniture

Materials

Stoneware

Wedgwood Jasperware Pale Blue Square Lidded Trinket Box
By Wedgwood
Located in Dallas, TX
PRESENTING A LOVELY Wedgwood Jasperware Pale Blue Square Lidded Trinket Box. Made by Wedgwood in England circa 1970-80 and fully and properly marked/stamped on base. Marked: “Wedgw...
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Mid-20th Century English Neoclassical Revival Wedgwood Furniture

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Ceramic

Large Wedgwood Platter Imari Colors with Floral Decorations England Circa 1840
By Wedgwood
Located in Katonah, NY
A large and lovely Wedgwood platter decorated with the Imari colors of orange and deep blue with accents of light green and gilt. The colorful decoration depicts loose sprigs of leav...
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Mid-19th Century English Antique Wedgwood Furniture

Materials

Creamware

Wedgwood English Majolica Fisherwoman Match / Toothpick Holder, C. 1873
By Wedgwood
Located in Ross, CA
Antique majolica figure with a basket made in England by Wedgwood in 1873. She is a fisherwoman wearing traditional clothing, bent over a turqu...
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1870s English Victorian Antique Wedgwood Furniture

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Ceramic

Set Eight Wedgwood Dinner Plates Mared Pattern Made England Circa 1840
By Wedgwood
Located in Katonah, NY
This set of eight blue and white dinner plates is painted in Wedgwood's Mared pattern. The pattern is characterized by a beautiful shell edge and a loop of "pearls" encircling the ce...
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1840s English Neoclassical Antique Wedgwood Furniture

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Earthenware

Wedgwood blue and white jasperware planter
By Wedgwood
Located in GRENOBLE, FR
Large Wedgwood jasperware planter, beautiful neoclassical style item decorated with white antique-style scenes on a sky-blue background. Se...
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20th Century English Neoclassical Wedgwood Furniture

Materials

Ceramic, Stoneware

English Wedgwood Jasperware Dish Neoclassical with Scalloped Edge
By Wedgwood
Located in New York, NY
A beautiful English Wedgwood Jasperware sage green and white matte stoneware dish in the Neoclassical design style, mid-20th century, 1962,...
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20th Century English Neoclassical Wedgwood Furniture

Materials

Ceramic, Pottery, Stoneware

English small oval fruit basket and saucer by Wedgwood, 1907-1924
By Wedgwood
Located in Delft, NL
English small oval fruit basket and saucer by Wedgwood, 1907-1924 An English small oval Wedgwood creamware open fruit basket with basket pattern plate. Dated with the 3 characters, ...
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Early 20th Century English Wedgwood Furniture

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Porcelain

Wedgwood furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Wedgwood furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of ceramic and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Wedgwood furniture, although gray editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original furniture by Wedgwood were created in the neoclassical style in europe during the 20th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Copeland, Josiah Wedgwood, and Chelsea Porcelain. Prices for Wedgwood furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $65 and can go as high as $285,000, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $966.

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Questions About Wedgwood Furniture
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    It depends. The majority of Wedgwood products are made in Indonesia, with select high-end products like hand-painted figurines and the brand’s iconic blue and white china still being made in the UK. You can find antique and contemporary Wedgwood pieces from some of the world’s top sellers on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 22, 2022
    Yes, Wedgwood is still being made as of December 2021. The company produces fine china and porcelain decorative objects. Potter Josiah Wedgwood founded it on May 1, 1759, in Stoke-on-Trent, England. Today, the Finnish company Fiskars Group owns it. You'll find a collection of Wedgwood on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 22, 2022
    To tell if Wedgwood is real, study the mark of the brand. Ensure that the name is spelled properly with just one "E" and that the letters and logo are crisp and clear. Also, examine the white accents on the piece. If they seem flat and painted on, they are likely fake, as they appear raised on genuine Wedgwood. You'll find a range of expertly vetted Wedgwood on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Wedgwood is from Stoke-on-Trent, UK. Josiah Wedgwood founded it there in 1759. The company continues to produce its porcelain, china and other products at factories in the surrounding area. On 1stDibs, you can find a variety of Wedgwood decorative objects.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Yes, there are black Wedgwood pieces. While Wedgwood china and porcelain is best known for its signature blue and white, some Wedgwood pieces are available in black and other colors as well. Shop a wide selection of Wedgwood collectibles on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Wedgwood is a fine china and porcelain manufacturer. Established in 1759 by Josiah Wedgwood in England, Wedgwood is known for its unglazed stoneware that features contrasting colors. Find a variety of Wedgwood fine china from some of the world's top sellers on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 22, 2022
    Wedgwood marks changed many times from the manufacturer's founding in 1759 until today. Very early pieces often say "Wedgwood and Bentley," while most pieces made from 1769 to 1929 say "Wedgwood" in block letters. In 1929, the brand began to use a serif script. On 1stDibs, find a selection of expertly vetted Wedgwood.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    To date Wedgwood, locate the potter's marks. Find the marks in an authoritative online reference to estimate the date. Because many replicas of authentic Wedgwood exist, consider using the services of a licensed appraiser for authentication. Shop a large collection of expertly vetted Wedgwood on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    A Wedgwood plate is a flat round dish produced by Wedgwood, a manufacturer based in Stoke-on-Trent, UK, that opened in 1759. Depending on the design, the plates may function purely as decorative objects or be suitable for serving food. On 1stDibs, shop a variety of Wedgwood plates.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 16, 2024
    Whether Wedgwood is valuable varies. Some pieces may be worth only slightly more than the initial price paid for them, while others may have appreciated in value considerably due to their style, type, age and rarity. Some of the most highly sought-after types of Wedgwood include Queen's Ware, Jasperware, Black Basalt, Majolica and Fairyland Lustre pieces. The condition of a particular piece will also contribute to its value. To get an estimate of how much your Wedgwood is worth, consult a certified appraiser or knowledgeable dealer. On 1stDibs, explore a variety of Wedgwood pieces.
  • 1stDibs ExpertFebruary 21, 2024
    To tell how old your Wedgwood is, examine it for markings. Most Wedgwood pieces bear factory marks in an inconspicuous area, such as on the bottom or back. By comparing these markings to trusted online resources, you can usually get a rough idea of a piece’s age. For assistance with dating a particular piece, enlist the help of a certified appraiser or experienced dealer. On 1stDibs, find a wide range of Wedgwood pottery.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    The numbers on Wedgwood tell you which catalog edition first featured the piece. You can use the information to identify the style name and approximate date of Wedgwood. On 1stDibs, you can shop a variety of expertly vetted Wedgwood ceramics.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Blue Wedgwood Jasperware is a type of intricately detailed, matte pottery with an unglazed finish. Its pale blue color has been affectionately called ‘Wedgwood blue’. On 1stDibs, find a collection of authentic blue Wedgwood Jasperware from some of the world’s top sellers.
    1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Wedgwood blue is a distinct pale blue that’s commonly used in Jasperware. Jasperware is a type of pottery developed in England during the late 18th century by Josiah Wedgwood. Shop a collection of antique Jasperware from some of the world’s top sellers on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Jasperware was first created by Josiah Wedgwood in the 1770s and can be described as stoneware that has a matte finish. It is from the Wedgwood company so the difference is that Wedgwood is a term used to describe the company and all products it produces, while Jasperware is a line of fine stoneware produced by the company. Shop a collection of Wedgwood Jasperware from some of the world’s top sellers on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Yes, Wedgwood is bone china. According to its website, bone china is considered one of the most refined and luxurious materials for table use, no matter what the meal or occasion. Wedgwood has a long history of high-quality and luxurious bone china. On 1stDibs, find a collection of authentic bone china pieces from some of the world’s top sellers.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Wedgwood blue is a color named after its appearance on jasperware pottery. It is a soft gray-ish toned blue. It would often be accented by white decoration on the pottery. Shop a range of Wedgwood blue jasperware from top sellers on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 22, 2022
    Green Wedgwood is called jasperware. Josiah Wedgwood created the first jasperware pieces in 1775. In addition to green, the pottery comes in pale blue, dark blue, black, yellow and lavender colors. On 1stDibs, find a selection of jasperware decorative objects.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Black Wedgwood pieces were also known as basaltes ware or black basaltes, manufactured by Josiah Wedgwood and named after the volcanic rock basalt. On 1stDibs, find a collection of Wedgwood Black Basalt pieces from some of the top sellers around the world.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    To clean black basalt Wedgwood, dust it regularly with a soft, lint-free cloth. Over time, black basalt forms a beautiful natural patina on the surface, which can be lost when washed with water. On 1stDib, Shop a collection of black basalt Wedgwood pieces from top sellers on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Yes, Wedgwood does indeed still make Jasperware. SInce its inception in 1775, Josiah Wedgwood’s unglazed pottery has stood the test of time, and are still being produced at the Staffordshire factory with other Wedgwood wares. You’ll find a variety of Wedgwood products from some of the world’s top sellers on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Yes, you can put water in Wedgwood Jasperware vases and decorative objects. Although the earthenware is porous, the vessels are watertight and will not leak. You'll find a collection of Wedgwood Jasperware from some of the world’s top sellers on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    To clean Wedgwood jasper ware, fill your sink with warm water and mild dish soap. Submerge the jasper ware and allow it to soak for a few minutes. Then, wipe it with a soft sponge, rinse with warm water and dry with a cloth. Find a large selection of Wedgwood jasper ware on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Wedgwood is made with bone china, which is a type of porcelain. The fine bone china brand was founded in England in 1759, and is still considered one of the top porcelain makers of today. You can find antique and contemporary Wedgwood designs from some of the world’s top sellers on 1stDibs.

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