A set of three, early 19th century, Wedgwood creamware plates. These all have an impressed “WEDGWOOD” mark and they date from c.1810. They are very lightly potted, in creamware, and they have an elegant, hand painted, gilt and blue enamel border. There are no cracks, chips, or restoration but all three have very tiny stains on the inner rim and one has a small amount of flaking to the blue enamel rim. This can be seen in the images.
Dimensions: Each plate: Diameter 25.2cm. Depth 2cm.
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