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Lot 0028
A group of early 19th century Wedgwood Creamware. Or Queen's Ware, including 2 luncheon plates, 2 salad plates, 3 cups with 3 saucers, and 1 cylindrical jug with domed lid; each piece is uniquely hand-painted with two birds on leafy branches, bordered by insects. Together with 1 creamware cup with 1 matching saucer decorated with leaves and trimmed in orange. Most pieces are impressed "Wedgwood." Several pieces with paper labels from Sotheby's, New York. Staffordshire, England. Very little crazing and minor wear to the decoration; minor glaze chips and nicks; fine crack. Luncheon plate 9 3/4" diameter; jug 6 1/4" high. Thirteen pieces total. ESTIMATE $300-500

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Very little crazing and minor wear to the decoration; minor glaze chips and nicks; fine crack.

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