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Reduced 18th Century Wedgwood Creamware Bowl V. 1700s Antique British Porcelain Archer Bowl Georgian Regency Museum Quality Bowl


Reduced 18th Century Wedgwood Creamware Bowl V. 1700s Antique British Porcelain Archer Bowl Georgian Regency Museum Quality Bowl
Reduced 18th Century Wedgwood Creamware Bowl V. 1700s Antique British Porcelain Archer Bowl Georgian Regency Museum Quality Bowl
Reduced 18th Century Wedgwood Creamware Bowl V. 1700s Antique British Porcelain Archer Bowl Georgian Regency Museum Quality Bowl
Reduced 18th Century Wedgwood Creamware Bowl V. 1700s Antique British Porcelain Archer Bowl Georgian Regency Museum Quality Bowl
Reduced 18th Century Wedgwood Creamware Bowl V. 1700s Antique British Porcelain Archer Bowl Georgian Regency Museum Quality Bowl

Reduced 18th Century Wedgwood Creamware Bowl V. 1700s Antique British Porcelain Archer Bowl Georgian Regency Museum Quality Bowl    Reduced 18th Century Wedgwood Creamware Bowl V. 1700s Antique British Porcelain Archer Bowl Georgian Regency Museum Quality Bowl

These are the rarest and most spectacular pieces of ancient Georgian wedgwood I've ever seen. It's by ralph wedgwood, ferrybridge. It is a beautiful light cream with women arch beautifully dressed in hunting equipment and hats in the middle of the bowl and around the bowl. There is also a floral click around the bowl, so there is something beautiful to see at any angle.

The detail is wonderful as is the condition. There are no chips or cracks. Ralph wedgwood (1766-1837), son of thomas wedgwood, cousin and business partner of josiah wedgwood ier, was a potter and inventor. High in etruria, it has made a crucial contribution to the ceramic industry through its introduction of borax flux for glazing.

It is a surprisingly light center bowl and surprisingly light weight with a transfer engraved first line from a trio of lady archers. The design is still enhanced with bright orange, green, red and purple glazed decoration. All the grapes have a violet glaze and are so beautiful. It is 8 3/4 in diameter. There are no trademarks; however, it is guaranteed that it will be described on the basis of the search.

The attribution is based on a similar unmarked cup shown in the catalogue of the northers ceramic society fifth exhibition creamware and pearlware 1986. The manipulation of this piece includes the magic of the first English ceramics. A real piece of collection this bowl will be in a double box when it is shipped.

Recently lowered price by $1050, which is what I paid. Reduced September 9, 2019 by $949. Please buy with confidence; it is of the utmost importance to provide my buyers with quality items quickly.

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Please stop at my shop to see more unique antique items. Please look closely at the photos, as they are part of the description. Thank you for taking your time to watch this wedgwood museum piece. Also, please make sure that you take a look at my policies before making a purchase, which includes information about insurance, refunds, international shipping, that I am happy to do, etc. I'm happy to accept the lay-off.

Just send me an email and we can agree on the terms that work for everyone. The style is regency and Victorian.


Reduced 18th Century Wedgwood Creamware Bowl V. 1700s Antique British Porcelain Archer Bowl Georgian Regency Museum Quality Bowl    Reduced 18th Century Wedgwood Creamware Bowl V. 1700s Antique British Porcelain Archer Bowl Georgian Regency Museum Quality Bowl