ENGLISH WEDGWOOD JASPERWARE TEAPOTS, LOT OF THREE, comprising one lavender straight-sided teapot with classical white sprig-molded designs, impressed on base "MADE IN / ENGLAND" on one side and "WEDGWOOD" on the opposite along with "S" and "N8"; one round, green teapot with classical white sprig-molded designs, impressed on base "WEDGWOOD" on one side and "ENGLAND" on the opposite, along with an impressed bowtie design on the underside of cover rim and on base; and one oval fluted black teapot with foliate-molded designs on the raised handle, impressed on base "WEDGWOOD", "MADE IN / ENGLAND", "Z", and "MUSEUM / 1906", made to commemorate the opening of the Wedgewood Museum. Josiah Wedgwood & Sons, Ltd., Staffordshire, England. 20th century. 3 7/8" to 4 1/2" H.
Provenance: Property of The Strong, Rochester, NY, sold to benefit the museum's collections fund.
(UPDATED 8/23/16) Undamaged except for repair to damage on end of green teapot spout with small portion missing.