This very attractive set is decorated with flower sprigs in a style that’s unusual for Wedgwood but was fairly common at the Staffordshire factories in the late 18th century. It is actually halfway between the size of a regular cup and saucer and a miniature size—the saucer is four and a quarter inches across—and it was probably made not for use but as a shelf piece. The cottage-style decoration, reminiscent of creamware, is in superb shape. The only damage is some loss of two tiny specks of brown on the rim of the cup. The saucer has Wedgwood impressed on the back, plus four dots in the shape of a square and the letter C.


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ITEM ID
T604
TYPE
Pottery, Creamware
CREATOR
Wedgwood
PURPOSE
Teacups, Saucers
ITEM TYPE
Antique

Laureate Antiques

A Wedgwood Miniature Creamware Teacup & Saucer Decorated with Sprays of Roses c.1800.

$275

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