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Wedgewood Commemorative Sweet Dishes in original box

R600.00

Wedgewood Commemorative Sweet Dishes in original box

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Wedgewood Commemorative Sweet Dishes in original box.  Pre Owned.  VALUE_R1 100.  A set of Wedgwood blue Jasperware sweet dishes each featuring a white bas-relief of George Stubbs’ horse studies.  Each sweet dish measures approximately 11.5cm in diameter and is impressed on the underside Wedgwood. 

Made In England.  Inside the lid of the box reads Wedgwood Commemorating the 250th Anniversary of the birth of George Stubbs 1724–1806.  George Stubbs who was born in Liverpool on 25th August 1724 was associated with Josiah Wedgwood for twenty years.  From 1775 Wedgwood experimented with the production of large Queens  Ware plaques in the role of  canvas maker for Stubbs who painted some of his finest works on Wedgwood plaques. During his sojourn at the Etruria factory in 1780.  Stubbs designed a series of horse studies two of which are reproduced here in the traditional (and famous) pale blue and white Jasper ware.

The blue and white dishes come with their original presentation box and informational pamphlet. The box is in used condition but is still strong.