THE TRUE TESTAMENT OF WEDGWOOD FINE BONE CHINA

By: John Hogan

The quality, richness of appearance and tasteful execution of this beautiful nest of five graduating cobalt banded platters most certainly attest to Wedgwood's impeccable reputation.

WEDGWOOD NEST OF 5 BONE CHINA PLATTERS, C. 1890-1900

WEDGWOOD NEST OF 5 BONE CHINA PLATTERS

WEDGWOOD BONE CHINA 7 PIECE DESSERT SET, C. 1910-30

WEDGWOOD BONE CHINA 7 PIECE DESSERT SET

Wedgwood was one of the best potters that ever existed in England from  1759 to the present under the name of the Wedgwood Group.

If we know Wedgwood, we are aware that Wedgwood always was held in high esteem by British royalty and always graced their palaces. Wedgwood items were always prestigious and were commissioned by royalty to be permanent displays throughout their castles and palaces. Whether items are displayed in curio cabinets, on buffets, on hall tables or on dining room tables, Wedgwood objects were always visually eminent. In the royal households, it is not uncommon to feast ones eyes upon a great Wedgwood dinner service either on the dining room table or in an open hutch proudly on display for personal enjoyment or for the enjoyment of their guests.

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