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Three PCS. of Wedgwood Blue Jasper Dip Teaware

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Lot 0423 Details

Description
Late 19th century, Wedgwood (English, founded 1759). Fine jasperware stoneware pair, covered sugars (1877 & 1879) and creamer (1876) having applied classical scenes. Maker's marks to underside. Approx. height of the sugar bowl, 4.25". Provenance: From the Private Collection of Anital, Riverdale, New York.
Condition
Firing imperfections.
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Three PCS. of Wedgwood Blue Jasper Dip Teaware

Estimate $150 - $300Aug 25, 2019
Starting Price $100
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