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Whiteware cream tureen, lid and stand with exotic bird motif - c.1825

Whiteware cream tureen, lid and stand with exotic bird motif, © Wedgwood Museum
    Whiteware cream tureen, lid and stand with exotic bird motif
    © Wedgwood Museum

Dessert wares; cream tureen, lid and stand. Printed and enamelled exotic bird motif. White ware c.1825

Dessert wares; cream tureen, lid and stand. Printed and enamelled exotic bird motif. White ware c.1825

  • Type of object: Dinner ware/tureen
  • Mark: WEDGWOOD
    [Impressed on stand]
    D
    [Impressed on stand]
    ::
    [Impressed on stand]
    :
    [Painted in lilac on stand]
    WEDGWOOD
    [Impressed on tureen]
    : :
    [Impressed on tureen]
    V
    [Impressed on tureen]
    No. 1077
    [Painted in lilac on tureen]
  • Year produced: c.1825
  • Body: white ware
  • Accession number: 9112a, 9112b, 9122c

Glossary

  • Enamel colours

    Enamel colours

    Colours derived from metallic oxides that are usually hand-applied onto the glaze. These are then fired to ‘fix’ the colours to the ware.