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Beautiful Wedgwood Queensware Porcelain Teapot and Sugar Set “Lavender and Cream” Vintage c 1930! (OTH10552)
Beautiful Wedgewood Teapot and Sugar Set With additional Free Creamer

This beautiful white and lavender Queensware set is hand embossed. It was made circa 1930 as indicated by the stamp on the bottom of the pieces. This would be a wonderful addition to any home and would bring a piece of art and history from Brittan all the way to you. This would be a beautiful display piece or a great teapot set for any occasion.

The Teapot and Sugar Dish are $125.00 with the additional restored creamer added for free (we just couldn’t let it get separated from the set)
Condition: Good for it Age. There is a slight amount of crazing on the surface. The creamer is free with the set as it has been restored but still does have chips and cracks. The teapot is in good condition but there is an age related surface crack on the bottom of the handle (pictured).

Circa:1930

Dimensions:
Tea pot: 9" wide spout to handle, 4.5in tall and 6in long
Sugar Dish: 5in x 4.5 in x 4.5 in
Creamer: 41/4 in x 3.5in x 2.5in

Price: $125.00

About Wedgwood Pottery:
Wedgewood Pottery is a 200 year old company which contributed much to the ceramics world in Britain and around the World, partnering with artists over the years to design sets and patterns. Wedgewood was founded in 1759 by Josiah Wedgwood after his development of a popular green glaze. In 1765 Wedgwood created a new variety of creamware and stoneware which became known as Wedgwood Queensware. Name so after Josiah produced Queen Charlotte a tea set which she loved. Wedgewood has a complex system for stamping and dating their pottery. After extensive research we believe this set is from c 1930. This pattern called “Lavender on Cream” and features delicate embossed grape vines on the edges of beautiful cream colored vessels.

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ITEM ID
OTH10528
COLOR
Blue, Cream
ITEM TYPE
Vintage

Vintage Wedgewood Embossed Queensware Teapot, covered sugar and repaired creamer set

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