A club-shaped sweet dish or pin tray in Wedgewood Jasperware. This example is in white Jasper with a light blue dip on the top surface. There are three white cameo relief scenes and an oak leaf border.
Dip Jasperware was manufactured by Wedgwood from the late 19th century until the start of WWII. It consisted of a white body to which the surface color was applied in a thin layer (originally done as a cost-saving measure). The relief decoration was then applied over top of the colored dip.
Of the four dishes in the sweets sets, the club always seems to be the most difficult to find.
The dish is 4.675" long by 4.675" wide.
Marked on the back WEDGWOOD / ENGLAND. Date code is OMG, which should be 1904.
Condition: as new, no wear or damage.
Item ID: 2309
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