Josiah Wedgwood | Vase with cover (one of a pair) | British, Etruria, Staffordshire | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Josiah Wedgwood (British, 1730–1795). Vase with cover (one of a pair), ca. 1780–1800. Decoration after designs by John Flaxman (British, 1755–1826) and Lady Templetown (before 1759–1823, active 1777–83). British, Etruria, Staffordshire. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Frank K. Sturgis, 1932 (32.95.12a, b)
This is a Victorian antique Adams, England victorian jasper ware pitcher or jug in a dark blue dip with classical applied relief figures like Wedgwood's Sacrifice Figures. The pitcher or jug measures 5.5 inches high by 3.75 inches in diameter and has the following impressed marks: Adams Est. 1657, D 36 S, Tunstall England. From the marks it dates to 1896.
Fine Artwork, Porcelain & Decorative Arts - January 14, 2012
ANTIQUE WEDGWOOD BLUE JASPERWARE JARDINIERE Antique Wedgwood England, Portland basalt porcelain blue Jasper ware jardiniere bowl. Has magnificent white cameo style designs depicting females standing under garlands of grape clusters on vines suspended by lion heads with rings to mouth. Floral garland border to rim. Holds impressed WEDGWOOD MADE IN ENGLAND to bottom. 19th century.