This early 19th C Pearlware dessert dish by Wedgwood was decorated and painted with lovely restraint and lots of white space. The pattern number 1268 is handwritten on the back. Marked "WEDGWOOD" only. I date this dish about 1814.
The dish is about 9-3/4" long x 7-1/2" wide. It has an applied foot rim. You can see where the cobalt glaze (which makes this earthenware dish pearlware) has pooled a bit around the foot rim.
The condition is very good. No cracks, no crazing, no repairs, and virtually no wear. There are 4 tiny chips to the back edge, and 1 larger chip on the back. Luckily, these are not visible from the front. I have taken a close-up of the large chip and one of the small ones for you to see.
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