Fairyland Lustre Castle on a Road Bowl by Wedgwood
Fairyland Lustre Castle on a Road Bowl by Wedgwood Fairyland Lustre Castle on a Road Bowl by Wedgwood Fairyland Lustre Castle on a Road Bowl by Wedgwood Fairyland Lustre Castle on a Road Bowl by Wedgwood
Fairyland Lustre Castle on a Road Bowl by Wedgwood

Fairyland Lustre Castle on a Road Bowl by Wedgwood

  • This striking Fairyland Lustre octagonal bowl by Wedgwood exhibits a fantastical, colorful scene
  • The piece is crafted in the lush Castle on a Road motif, one of Wedgwood’s most popular
  • In production for only 16 years, Fairyland wares are incredibly rare and coveted by collectors
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Item No. 29-9439
$9,850
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This exquisite bowl by Wedgwood is an extraordinary example of the renowned firm’s enchanting Fairyland Lustre collection. Exhibiting fiery colors and scenes from a fantastical world, the octagonal design features a beautiful combination of the Castle on a Road pattern with the Cobble border on the exterior and the Fairy in a Cage pattern gracing the interior. Delicately hand-painted, the piece flawlessly illustrates the artistic heights reached by the Fairyland line.

Introduced by Wedgwood artist Daisy Makeig-Jones in 1915, Fairyland Lustre represented a marked departure from the factory's history of neoclassical design. Targeting the high-end luxury goods market, they represent one of Wedgwood's most extraordinary technical and artistic achievements in the ceramic industry. The richly colored decorations of Fairyland Luster were extremely popular throughout the 1920s as expensive collector's pieces, and today these works are extremely rare and highly sought after when they come on the market.

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4 1/2" high x 9" diameter 

Circa 1920
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Maker: Wedgwood
Period: 20th Century
Origin: England
Type: Plates/Bowls
Diameter: 9 Inches
Height: 4 1/2 Inches
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