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Set of 6 Green Majolica Wedgwood Sunflower Plates

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  • Set of 8 Aesthetic Movement Green Majolica Wedgwood Sunflower Plates
    By Wedgwood
    Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
    Set of 8 Aesthetic Movement green majolica glazed dinner plates in the ‘Sunflower’ pattern by Wedgwood, made circa 1880. The sunflower, alongside the calla lily and peacock feather,...
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    Antique Late 19th Century English Aesthetic Movement Dinner Plates

    Materials

    Earthenware, Majolica, Pottery

  • Set of 6 Aesthetic Movement Green Majolica Wedgwood Sunflower Plates
    By Wedgwood
    Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
    Set of 6 Aesthetic Movement green majolica glazed dinner plates in the ‘Sunflower’ pattern by Wedgwood, made circa 1880. The sunflower, alongside the calla lily and peacock feathe...
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    Antique Late 19th Century English Aesthetic Movement Dinner Plates

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    Earthenware, Majolica, Pottery

  • Six Wedgwood Majolica Argenta 'Lincoln' Pattern Dessert Dishes
    By Wedgwood
    Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
    Six Wedgwood majolica Argenta palette ‘Lincoln' pattern dessert plates with finely molded maroon prunus blossoms and dark taupe pine branches surrounded by a yellow Greek key border. The dishes are decorated in the japonisme style and feature the “Three Friends of Winter” motif, an Asian artistic convention showing the pine, plum, and bamboo together to represent steadfastness, perseverance, and resilience. The Wedgwood factory introduced muted Argenta glazes to its majolicas in the 1880s to keep up with ever-changing fashions. The Argenta glaze color palette was more subdued than that of traditionally vibrant majolica, and was thus more appealing to the Aesthetic Movement japonisme style that pervaded the market. These Argenta majolica dessert dishes...
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    Antique Late 19th Century English Japonisme Pottery

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    Earthenware, Majolica

  • 19th Century Aesthetic Minton Dinner Plates Set
    By Minton
    Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
    A set of 12 dinner plates and 3 cake stands by Minton from 1874 featuring mint green borders and beautifully hand-painted butterflies. The 1874 production of these Minton dinner plates corresponds with the beginnings of the factory’s Aesthetic Movement china...
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    Antique 1870s English Aesthetic Movement Dinner Plates

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    Porcelain

  • Pair of Wedgwood & Bentley Agate Plant Pots
    By Wedgwood & Bentley
    Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
    A pair of plant pots covered in marbled brown glaze emulating agate gemstone encircled with checkered rims accented in gold, made circa 1770 by Wedgwood &...
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    Antique 1770s English Neoclassical Planters and Jardinieres

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  • Wedgwood Arts & Crafts Style Majolica Pitcher and Tumbler Set
    By Wedgwood
    Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
    A Wedgwood pitcher and tumbler set with a rare majolica colorway of mottled brown with a touch of cobalt blue. This pitcher and tumbler, designed by Wedgwood in 1877, is a unique example of majolica pottery. Most majolica pieces are decorated: adorned with Renaissance-inspired designs, heavily ornamented in the Victorian taste, or covered in Japanese motifs. This pitcher and tumbler, on the other hand, is simply glazed in earth brown and cobalt majolica...
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    Wedgwood Majolica plate which features pheasants amongst foliage. Coloration: green, blue, ochre, are predominant. The piece bears maker's mark...
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  • 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 Dinner Plates

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  • Wedgwood Argenta Majolica Melon Fruit Plate
    By Wedgwood
    Located in Philadelphia, PA
    From Wedgwood and in the color way known as Argenta, a fruit plate, England, circa 1875. Showing a central green and orange melon and leaves along with a branch of plums and strawbe...
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  • Wedgwood Argenta Majolica Pear Fruit Plate
    By Wedgwood
    Located in Philadelphia, PA
    From Wedgwood and in the color way known as Argenta, a fruit plate, England, circa 1875. Showing a central red and orange pear and leaves along with a branch of purple plums and red...
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  • Wedgwood Argenta Majolica Apple Fruit Plate
    By Wedgwood
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    From Wedgwood and in the color way known as Argenta, a fruit plate, England, circa 1875. Showing a central red and greenish apple and leaves along with a branch of apricots and haze...
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  • Wedgwood Argenta Majolica Lemon Fruit Plate
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    From Wedgwood and in the color way known as Argenta, a fruit plate, England, circa 1875. Showing a central yellow lemon and leaves along with a branch of pears and walnuts, all on a...
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