One of the most enduring items produced in Wedgewood Jasperware is teaware. It was one of the first lines introduced by Josiah in the 18th century, and tea services have been offered as long as Jasper has been in production.
These are Bute shape cups and saucers in solid, light blue Jasper. They're decorated in white with scenes in the "Sacrifice Figures" pattern.
The cups are 3.25" in diameter and 2.25" tall. The saucers are 5.25" in diameter.
Condition: as new, no wear or damage.
Mark: impressed Wedgwood marks. Three cups dated 1967, two dated 1969 and one hard to read but probably 1968. Please indicate if you have any preference for a particular date or dates when ordering.
We have five sets; prices is per set.
Item ID: 3167
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