Skip to main content

Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

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.

Find antique Wedgwood pottery on 1stDibs.

14
to
2
9
3
14
14
14
8
2
1
1
4
9
2
2
1
2
1
Height
to
Width
to
14
7
4
3
2
13
13
9
121
53
49
41
40
Creator: Wedgwood
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...
Category

20th Century English Neoclassical Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Ceramic, Pottery, Stoneware

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...
Category

20th Century English Neoclassical Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Ceramic, Stoneware

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...
Category

Early 20th Century English Edwardian Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Ceramic

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,...
Category

20th Century English Neoclassical Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Ceramic, Pottery, Stoneware

19th Century English Jasperware Planter and Stand in Blue and White.
By Wedgwood
Located in Dallas, TX
A 19th century English Jasperware planter and underplate, stand in a dark blue and white glaze in the neoclassical style. This decorative and usef...
Category

Late 19th Century English Neoclassical Antique Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

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 ceramic development on par with porcelain. Originally developed in the 1770s as dyed stoneware bodies (the most ubiquitous of which is pale blue) with applied white figurative decoration in imitation of cameos from the Ancient World, jasperware quickly expanded to a plethora of colorways as per Wedgwood innovation standards. This jardiniere, with lilac and sage decoration on white jasperware ground, is part of Wedgwood’s tricolor jasperware...
Category

Early 19th Century British Neoclassical Antique Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Ceramic, Stoneware

WEDGWOOD - Antique Blue Jasperware Neo Classical Planter - U.K. - Circa 1908
By Wedgwood
Located in Chatham, ON
WEDGWOOD - Antique blue Jasperware Neo Classical style planter - featuring five elaborately draped classical figures beneath lions heads and garlands with grapes and leaves - finishe...
Category

Early 20th Century British Neoclassical Revival Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Ceramic

Large Wedgwood Jasperware Jardiniere
By Wedgwood
Located in East Geelong, VIC
The body of this large Wedgwood jardiniere has been dipped in a light blue Jasperware and decorated with applied sprigs done in a white clay. The sprigs are made when clay is pressed...
Category

1890s English Late Victorian Antique Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Earthenware

Wedgwood Black Ravenstone Set
By Wedgwood
Located in Delft, NL
Wedgwood black Ravenstone set Wedgwood Ravenstone small urn, vase and cache pot Matte black glaze wegwood, designed by Norman Wilson, 1960s England The measurements are for th...
Category

20th Century English Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Creamware

Wedgwood Large and Impressive Majolica Jardiniere with Masks and Trailing Vines
By Wedgwood
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
A rare large and impressive Wedgwood majolica jardiniere decorated with masks and trailing vines dating from around 1870. The pottery stands raised on a pedestal of rounded shape dec...
Category

1870s English High Victorian Antique Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Pottery

Rare Wedgwood Plain Creamware Wine Glass Rinsers, Late 18th Century
By Wedgwood
Located in Downingtown, PA
Wedgwood Creamware Wine Rinsers, A pair of rare Wedgwood creamware "Cuvettes" each with leaf-scrolled handles. Measures: Height 3 7/8 inches x 5 1/8 inches wide x 3 1/2 inches diam...
Category

1770s Georgian Antique Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Creamware, Pottery

Wedgwood Light Blue Flower Vases, Set of 2
By Wedgwood
Located in Stamford, CT
Set of two Wedgwood light blue flower vases. Overall neoclassical motif. Stamped on the underside. Each vase varies slightly.
Category

1970s British Neoclassical Vintage Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Pottery

Wedgwood Dark Blue Bell Shaped Jasperware Biscuit Barrel
By Wedgwood
Located in Stamford, CT
Wedgwood dark blue bell shaped jasperware biscuit barrel overall neoclassical motif with a silver plated lid and handle. Stamped Wedgwood on the und...
Category

1930s English Neoclassical Vintage Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Silver Plate

Pair of Wedgwood Dark Blue and White Vases
By Wedgwood
Located in Stamford, CT
Pair of Wedgwood dark blue and white jasperware vases. Insides of vases have a shiny glazed finish. 6” tall x 5.5” across top x 4.5” across bottom. ...
Category

1930s British Neoclassical Vintage Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Pottery

Related Items
Pair of Neoclassical Garden Urns
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
This stylish set of English 19th century cast iron Neoclassical Revival garden urns were acquired from a Palm Beach estate. Note: Dimensions of square bases are 8.25" width x 8.1...
Category

Late 19th Century English Neoclassical Revival Antique Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Iron

Large 19th Century Japanese Blue and White Jardiniere.
Located in Brighton, Sussex
A large Japanese Blue and White porcelain jardiniere, having wonderful traditional motif decoration to the top and bottom. With hand painted exotic flowers and foliage around. Raised...
Category

19th Century Japanese Antique Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Porcelain

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...
Category

Mid-20th Century English Neoclassical Revival Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

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 p...
Category

19th Century English Victorian Antique Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

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 ...
Category

20th Century English Neoclassical Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Ceramic, Stoneware

Wedgwood blue and white jasperware box
Wedgwood blue and white jasperware box
Free Shipping
H 3.27 in Dm 4.73 in
Wedgwood Jasperware Urn Vase Neoclassical Design, Small
By Wedgwood
Located in New York, NY
A beautiful, small, English Wedgwood Jasperware urn vase in the neoclassical design style, circa 20th century, England. Piece is a matte stonew...
Category

20th Century English Neoclassical Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Stoneware, Pottery

Asian Jardinière, Planter, Cachepot or Fish Bowl, Tony Duquette
By Tony Duquette
Located in Stamford, CT
Asian Jardinière, Planter, Cachepot or Fish Bowl, Tony Duquette A finely crafted Cachepot or Fish Bowl in the manner of Tony Duquette having double Dragons in a pleasing Silhouette...
Category

Mid-20th Century Chinese Chinese Export Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Clay, Pottery

Antique Large Chinese Bronze Champlevé Planter Bowl
Located in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire
Antique large quality Chinese bronze champlevé planter bowl circa late 19th century. Could possibly be Japanese in the Chinese style from the same pe...
Category

Late 19th Century Antique Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Bronze

Blue Canada Coat of Arms Wedgwood Jasperware Dish, England
By Wedgwood
Located in Oklahoma City, OK
Jasperware dish in blue and white. This oblong dish with scalloped edges is blue with white floral decorations at the edges. At the center is the Canada coat of arms...
Category

20th Century English Neoclassical Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Ceramic

Antique Large Quality Art Nouveau Jardinière Bowl Censor Planter Japanese
Located in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire
Antique large quality Art Nouveau Jardinière bowl censor planter Japanese Oriental mixed metal Meiji Period early 20th Century. Would look amazing in the right location and make a...
Category

Early 20th Century Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Metal

Pair of 19th Century Wedgwood Majolica Plates
By Wedgwood
Located in High Point, NC
Pair of 19th century Wedgwood majolica plates in rich shades of green. The molds are crisp and have loads of detail in the leaves and surroundi...
Category

19th Century English Victorian Antique Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Ceramic

Mid Century Portland Blue Wedgwood Jasperware Pitcher with White Overlay
By Wedgwood
Located in Toronto, ON
A stunning mid century Wedgwood Portland blue Jasperware small pitcher with white overlay, circa 1936.
Category

Mid-20th Century English Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Ceramic

Previously Available Items
Pair of Cobalt Wedgwood Jasperware Planters
By Wedgwood
Located in Chicago, IL
Pair of early 20th Century antique cobalt Wedgwood Jasperware planters, featuring classical figures beneath lion's heads and garlands of grapes. Al...
Category

Early 20th Century English Neoclassical Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Ceramic, Porcelain

Antique Sage Green Wedgwood Jasperware Footed Bowl with White Overlay
By Wedgwood
Located in Toronto, ON
A stunning large antique Wedgwood sage green jasperware footed bowl with white overlay.
Category

Mid-20th Century English Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Ceramic

Early 19th Century Wedgwood Black Basalt Jardiniere Cachepot
By Wedgwood
Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
A large black basalt jardinière made by Wedgwood in the first quarter of the 19th century. Upon their introduction to the market, black basalt ceramics became instantly popular fo...
Category

Early 19th Century English Neoclassical Antique Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Other

English Wedgwood Jasperware Planter Cachepot Jardinière Neoclassical Design
By Wedgwood
Located in New York, NY
A beautiful English Wedgwood sage green and white matte Jasperware stoneware planter cachepot jardinière (plant pot holder) in the neoclassical design style, circa 20th century, Engl...
Category

20th Century English Neoclassical Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Ceramic, Pottery, Stoneware

Neoclassical Jasper Cachepot or Flower Pot in Wedgwood Blue by Wedgwood, England
By Wedgwood
Located in Oklahoma City, OK
Wedgwood jardinare or cachepot with an applied cream neoclassical design on a light blue “Wedgwood Blue” background. A fabulous piece to display plants or flowers. The body features ...
Category

20th Century English Neoclassical Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Stoneware

Pair of Wedgwood Blue Jasperware Square-Section Bulb Pots
By Wedgwood
Located in New Orleans, LA
Crafted by Wedgwood, this exquisite and rare pair of square-section bulb pots are comprised of the firm’s famous pale “Wedgwood blue” jasperware so prized by ...
Category

18th Century English Neoclassical Antique Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Ceramic

Wedgwood Dark Blue Jasperware Biscuit Barrel
By Wedgwood
Located in Stamford, CT
Wedgwood dark blue jasperware biscuit barrel overall neoclassical motif with a silver plated lid and handle. Stamped Wedgwood on the underside and...
Category

1940s English Neoclassical Vintage Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Silver Plate

Wedgwood Light Blue Bell Shape Jasperware Biscuit Barrel
By Wedgwood
Located in Stamford, CT
Wedgwood light blue bell shaped jasperware biscuit barrel overall neoclassical motif with a silver plated lid and handle. Stamped Wedgwood on the underside ...
Category

1930s English Neoclassical Vintage Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Silver Plate

Large Wedgwood Dark Blue Jasperware Jardinière
By Wedgwood
Located in Stamford, CT
Large Wedgwood dark blue Jasperware jardinière. All-over neoclassical motif. Stamped on the underside. This is the largest example of Wedgwood I ...
Category

1940s English Neoclassical Vintage Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Pottery

Pair of Wedgwood Light Blue Small Cachepot / Flower Pot
By Wedgwood
Located in Stamford, CT
Pair of Wedgwood small light blue cache pot/ flower pot. Overall neoclassical motif. Stamped on the underside.
Category

1970s British Neoclassical Vintage Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Ceramic

Large Wedgwood Light Green Jasperware Jardinière
By Wedgwood
Located in Stamford, CT
Large Wedgwood light green Jasperware jardinière. All over neoclassical motif. Stamped on the underside.
Category

1940s English Neoclassical Vintage Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Pottery

Wedgwood Basalt Black and White Vase with Flower Frog
By Wedgwood
Located in Stamford, CT
Wedgwood black and white jasper ware vase with flower frog. 6.25” tall x 5.5” across top x 4.5” across bottom. Stamped on the underside.
Category

1930s British Neoclassical Vintage Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

Materials

Porcelain

Wedgwood planters, cachepots and jardinières for sale on 1stDibs.

Wedgwood planters, cachepots and jardinières 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 planters, cachepots and jardinières, although black editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original planters, cachepots and jardinières by Wedgwood were created in the neoclassical style in united kingdom during the 20th century. Prices for Wedgwood planters, cachepots and jardinières can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $150 and can go as high as $4,000, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $960.
Questions About Wedgwood Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières
  • 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
    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 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
    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 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.

Recently Viewed

View All