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Champagne breakfast cup saucer - 1939

Champagne breakfast cup saucer
    Champagne breakfast cup saucer

This saucer is in Wedgwood's light cane coloured body which was called champagne. It is decorated with pattern number TKH245. The K in the pattern number refers to the ware being decorated underglaze, whilst the H refers to the fact that it is free-hand painted. The name of the pattern is not known. The saucer has a feathered edge to the rim painted in brick red. The saucer would have accompanied a pear-shaped breakfast cup.

This saucer is in Wedgwood's light cane coloured body which was called champagne. It is decorated with pattern number TKH245. The K in the pattern number refers to the ware being decorated underglaze, whilst the H refers to the fact that it is free-hand painted. The name of the pattern is not known. The saucer has a feathered edge to the rim painted in brick red. The saucer would have accompanied a pear-shaped breakfast cup. The Wedgwood Museum Archive's estimate books suggest the pattern was introduced during or after November 1938. Retail prices for this pattern are not known.

  • Type of object: Teaware/saucer
  • Mark: WEDGWOOD
    ETRURIA ENGLAND
    MADE IN ENGLAND
    [Printed in green]
    X
    [Printed in pale green]
    TKH245
    L
    [Painted in red]
    WEDGWOOD
    N
    11AS39
    [Impressed]
  • Year produced: 1939
  • Body: champagne
  • Glaze: clear glaze
  • Material: ceramic
  • Decoration: hand-painted
  • Accession number: 12450n
  • Dimensions: 161 mm (diameter), 35 mm (depth)

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