• Pair of early 19th Century Wedgwood blue & white plates - Main View - 1
  • Pair of early 19th Century Wedgwood blue & white plates - Back detail view - 2
  • Pair of early 19th Century Wedgwood blue & white plates - Back detail view - 3
  • Pair of early 19th Century Wedgwood plates - Back detail view - 4
  • Pair of early 19th Century Wedgwood blue & white plates - Back View of Plate - 5
  • Pair of early 19th Century Wedgwood Blue & White plates - Back view of plate - 6

Pair of early 19th Century Wedgwood Blue & White Plates

A good pair of Wedgwood blue and white plates in 'Absalom's Pillar' pattern. This pair of 19th Century Wedgwood plates feature a central scene showing Absalom's tower or tomb surrounded by a botanical border of crocus flowers. These antique Staffordshire plates are in excellent condition and the colour is a good mid blue, this is accurately shown in the photographs. Both plates have faint imprest marks 'Wedgwood' and the letter 'H' painted in underglaze blue. A lovely pair of early 19th Century plates to add to a collection or display on a table or dresser.

c. 1822

 

Diameter: 8" (20.5cm)

Height: 0.75" (2cm)

Ref: D385

£185.00

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