This lovely pattern was made by Wedgwood from 1930-1989. It is referred to as Queen's Ware Ivory on Lavender with a glazed finish. The original "Queen's Ware" was introduced in 1875 as Wedgwood china was approved by King George III and Queen Charlotte as their personal china. From there, it grew into more patterns and styles, one of which is this lovely pattern.
This Wedgwood Queen's Ware Embossed Cream on Lavender creamer. It is referred to as ivory on lavender, but it sure looks blue to me. The design is of grapes and grape leaves. It measures 4 1/8" x 4" and is incised 59 on the base, meaning it was manufactured that year. The body is decorated with a very detailed garland of grape leaves and grape clusters. I find no damage. I purchased this set at an estate sale and most of the pieces were still in the plastic bags they were originally packed in.
The base is marked Wedgwood of Etruria & Barlaston, Made in England, Embossed Queen's Ware. There is an incised number, which I believe is the date of manufacture.
I will be happy to combine to save on shipping. Please note that I have other items from this lovely dinnerware set, so you might want to check my other listings at the bottom of this page or by searching my shop for Wedgwood lavender in the search box at the top of this page.
Also, I have included a photo of the sugar bowl and creamer as a set to show you how sweet they are together.
Item ID: RL 3331
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