An unusual, 19th century, Wedgwood earthenware mould showing two birds on a quiver. This is an interesting design which was one of a classical series that Wedgwood first produced, in creamware, in the late 18th century. This example is marked “WEDGWOOD” and it is also impressed with a three letter date code which dates it to c.1870. However, the final letter, which is the one that enables you to date Wedgwood very accurately, is indistinct.
Dimensions: Length 12cm. Width 9.8cm. Height 5cm.
Condition: There is a large chip to the rim which is visible in the images.
English: Date c.1870.
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