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Admin23.08.2021

How can you tell Wedgwood Jasperware?

1769-80 Having lines inside and outside, the mark was impressed on Basalt or Etruria vases, but not seen on Jasper ware.
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Admin18.08.2021

A Guide to Wedgwood Pottery Markings

First, see if the maker's mark can be located.
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Admin17.08.2021

A Collector's Guide to Wedgwood Jasperware

This means there are wonderful Wedgwood pieces that are both affordable and collectable.
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Admin19.06.2021

How To Identify and Value Wedgwood China

If you can provide photos — here is the link to the appraisals form on our website: Thank you! I have seen a few 50,s but not often.
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Admin15.06.2021

Wedgwood Jasperware: A 10

After 1900 the three stars were included in the design.
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Admin28.07.2021

A Primer On Wedgwood Marks

'Wedgwood' and 'Made in England' would not have been clumped together, as yours are.
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Admin24.08.2021

Fakes & Forgeries: How to Spot Real Wedgwood

The best way of accurately dating Wedgwood is to hold it and look at the general style of the piece - you can't always rely on the 'published' dating systems.
Admin06.08.2021

Fakes & Forgeries: How to Spot Real Wedgwood

1759 and 1769 Used in various sizes 1769 A circle mark without rims.
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Admin08.07.2021

Wedgwood Jasperware: A 10

1940 and Onwards Wedgwood Circular Mark This color printed mark can be found on their creamwares and Queens ware collections.
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Admin28.08.2021

Collector's Corner: Wedgwood/Jasperware

Even to this day, some of the most famous antique ceramic pieces are Wedgwood Jasperware.
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Admin10.07.2021

Wedgwood Markings

Should all of these be marked with a date stamp or is it very much hit and miss? A "fine-grained, unglazed stoneware" , Jasper Ware aka Jasperware immediately caught the public's attention with its white medallions attached to a colored ground, giving each piece the appearance of a cameo.
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Admin31.08.2021

Wedgwood Jasperware: A 10

Interested in learning more about Wedgwood ceramics? These marks will remain in use for a short time following Josiah death in 1795.
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