Wedgewood only produced Portland Blue Jasperware for a few years in the middle of the 1970s. The color was created at the instigation of Harry Buten, who owned one of the leading collections of Wedgwood in that era.
As was the case with certain other colors, the decoration on Portland Blue pieces were unique to the color. In this case, a common, coupe-form plate has been decorated with six "sacrifice figure" scenes, separated by unuusal decorative elements. There's a border of laurel leaves at the center.
Size: 8" in diameter.
Mark: impressed Wedgwood marks on back.