Josiah Wedgwood (& Sons, Ltd), Burslem, circa 1759, Etruria, circa 1769 and Barlaston, circa 1940. Formerly in partnership with Thomas Whieldon. The Wedgwood mark signifies superior quality and workmanship.
This beautiful pattern consists of bunches of lush purple grapes and shaded green foliage suspended from brown vines and tendrils, circa 1900-1920. The white blanks have delicate gold decorated rims, handles and finials. The backstamp is the Portland Vase Mark over "Wedgwood - Made in England", with three stars under the vase. Individual pieces have added pattern/piece markings. The words Bone China was added after 1920.
The complete set included a tea pot, 4 1/4" in height, 6" across and 8 1/2" from spout-to-handle; covered sugar bowl, 3 1/2" in height and 4 1//2" across; cream pitcher, 2 3/8" in height, 3 3/4" across and 5 1/4" from spout-to-handle; 8 demi-tasse saucers, 4 5/8" across and 8 demi-tasse cups, 2 1/4" in height and 2 1/8" across. There are no cracks, chips, repairs or decoration wear; the set was used very little if at all.
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