A fine, Wedgwood, smear glazed stoneware, trumpet shaped vase with blue relief. This piece is impressed 'WEDGWOOD' and it dates from c.1830. There is also a small workman's mark which is sometimes referred to as a moustache mark. The vase is finely potted, in a white stoneware, and this has a smear glaze. The blue relief, which is applied after the first firing, has a matt finish. The reliefs are very well detailed and the vase is in excellent condition. It still has its' pierced lid, which was known as a frog. This was for supporting boughs of flowers. It has two small chips to the rim.
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