A very attractive Wedgwood cobalt blue Jasperware pierced lidded vase from the first half of the nineteenth century. This is a quality piece of Wedgwood Jasperware with wonderfully crisp white sprig detailing upon the cobalt blue dipped jasper ground. Each neoclassical bas relief scene would have been individually cast in tiny moulds and applied to the Jasperware body. There are two handles to the side. The pierced cover has applied white florets and leaves complete with the original sprigged knop. The inside of the dish has a high gloss glazed slip. Fully marked to the base with impressed WEDGWOOD, X cypher and a number 9.
This is a gorgeous display piece for storing potpourri or a display of miniature blooms.
Size: 2.75" tall by 6.75" diameter at its widest point, handle to handle.
Condition: The body and lid being free from chips and flakes. The sprigged bas relief scenes all in good order. One handle has an old historic crack to one side and original factory firing fault. The other handle has a missing section (seen in images) which luckily does not show too much when on display.
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