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WEDGWOOD STRAWBERRY & VINE DESIGN 6 CEREAL BOWLS

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About Wedgwood

Wedgwood is the given name of the pottery company founded in 1759 by Josiah Wedgwood in the city now known as Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. He is credited with the title 'the father of English pottery'. Wedgwood designs Among several centuries' worth of pieces produced by Wedgwood, Jasperware is the most iconic and was inspired by the Portland Vase, a Roman artefact. The blue colour in which many of these pieces were made is now so closely associated with the potter that is referred to as Wedgwood blue. Jasperware is also available in other popular shades such as sage green or lilac. At the time of Wedgwood's rise to prominence, there had been a great revival in the study of ancient history and consequently, many of Wedgwood's pieces depict classical Roman and Greek scenes. Jasperware is defined by raised, white cameo-like decorations which included, as well as classical figures, designs like the Young Seamstress and the Dancing Hours. Cameos and medallions were also produced featuring the likenesses of many notable figures of the time, like Admiral Keppel and Josiah Wedgwood himself. The royal seal of approval As early as 1765, Wedgwood had distinguished himself by receiving the Queen's permission to name one of his collections 'Queen's ware'. The dinner service, which featured a pattern of embossed ivy leaves around the edge of many pieces, proved very popular. Maker's marks Fortunately for collectors, the vast majority of Wedgwood pieces received maker's marks to identify them as authentic. Marks sometimes include a small picture of the Portland Vase along with 'Wedgwood Made in England' or simply 'Wedgwood England'.