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An important and documented Wedgwood creamware service made for George III and decorated with a profile portrait of the King in sepia

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

An important and documented Wedgwood creamware service made for George III and decorated with a profile portrait of the King in sepia, also the Garter badge on a ground of rouge-de-fer whorl pattern with sprays of flowers in famille rose, all with impressed Wedgwood mark including: 21 Large cups, 10 Coffee cups, 34 Saucers. Covered double-handled cup and stand. 15 Plates, 3 Saucer dishes, Large oblong bowl with gilt handles. Pair of bulb pots and lids, 2 Octagonal bowls, 3 Sugar basins etc.

ID:  62965

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

East Sussex

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