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Medium
stoneware (caneware)
Measurements
(a) 2.7 × 40.0 × 33.0 cm (tray)
(b-c) 11.0 × 18.2 × 10.6 cm (overall) (teapot)
(d) 8.0 × 14.8 cm diameter (bowl)
(e-f) 9.7 × 10.1 cm diameter (overall) (sugar bowl)
(g) 6.9 × 10.1 × 6.9 cm (jug)
(h-i) 6.8 × 13.3 cm diameter (overall) (cup and saucer)
Place/s of Execution
Staffordshire, England
Inscription
(a) impressed (inverted) in base u.c. WEDGWOOD
(b) impressed (vertically) in base u.l. WEDGWOOD
(d) impressed (vertically) in base c. WEDGWOOD
impressed in base c.r. 8
(e) impressed in base u.c. WEDGWOOD
impressed in base u.c. C-)
(g) impressed (inverted) in base u.c. WEDGWOOD
impressed in base u.r. 2 / 2
(i) impressed in base c. WEDGWOOD
(h) impressed (vertically) in base c.l. WEDGWOOD
impressed (vertically) in base c.l. (semicircle / semicircle)
Accession Number
1995.460.a-i
Department
International Decorative Arts
Credit Line
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Presented through The Art Foundation of Victoria by Mr Keith M. Deutsher, Governor, 1995
Gallery location
Not on display
Description
Setting consists of an oval tray, silver-shaped teapot with flat shoulder and slightly domed lid, covered sugar box, cream jug, bowl, cup and saucer - all in yellow body decorated with stylized floral sprays in coloured enamels, with blue line borders. Interiors have clear glaze.