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Lot 0045
  • Title: Transfer printed & painted saucer bowl by W S Smith, Victorian
  • Origin: English
  • Date/Period: : Pre 1900 item #935235
  • Materials: Pottery

    An English transfer printed and painted saucer bowl by William Smith & Co, c 1825-48. Marks: impressed: W S & Co and Wedgwood, printed in pink, WS & Co No 18 and Stafford Pottery. William Smith used "Wedgwood" in his marking to imitate Josiah Wedgwood. Smith even called his products "Staffordshire Pottery" - but his factory was actually situated in Stockton-on-Tees, in Yorkshire! From 1848, after an early IP process, he was forced to add an extra "e" to the mark = "Wedgewood"...

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  • Location: This item ships from Sweden

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    An English transfer printed and painted saucer bowl by William Smith & Co, c 1825-48. Marks: impressed: W S & Co and Wedgwood, printed in pink, WS & Co No 18 and Stafford Pottery. William Smith used "Wedgwood" in his marking to imitate Josiah Wedgwood. Smith even called his products "Staffordshire Pottery" - but his factory was actually situated in Stockton-on-Tees, in Yorkshire! From 1848, after an early IP process, he was forced to add an extra "e" to the mark = "Wedgewood". Diameter "5/ 12,8 cm. Condition: crackled glaze and short hairlines.

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    Transfer printed & painted saucer bowl by W S Smith,

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