A nineteenth century, Wedgwood, green jasper dip preserve pot. This is marked “WEDGWOOD” and it dates from c.1880. It is the same shape as some of the Wedgwood biscuit barrels but this smaller size, with the cut out in the lid to take a spoon, was made for taking jams and preserves to the table. It is decorated with a continuous band of classical figures, trees and foliage in white relief on the sage green background. The mounts and lid are silver plated. There is slight staining to the interior, from use, but otherwise it is in excellent condition.
Dimensions: Diameter 11.5cm. Height 12.5cm.
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