This simple Chinoiserie pattern (# 1121) was named "Ducks" in the Wedgwood International Seminar's 1977 publication. It is pictured there on page 177, plate 207. It's an overglaze printed pattern with hand decoration in cobalt blue, red and gold. It dates c. 1823.
The piece is marked "WEDGWOOD'S STONE CHINA" in blue, NO. 1121 in red, impressed "5", and also has a workman's mark.
Geoffrey Godden wrote: this "Printed mark (is found) on (Wedgwood's) rare stone china wares."
The dish( or comport) is 9-3/4" long, measured corner to corner. It is not perfect. Although there is a chip on the foot rim, it still sits flat without a wobble.
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