Wedgwood Crimson Covered Jug
Wedgwood Crimson Covered Jug Wedgwood Crimson Covered Jug Wedgwood Crimson Covered Jug Wedgwood Crimson Covered Jug Wedgwood Crimson Covered Jug
Wedgwood Crimson Covered Jug

Wedgwood Crimson Covered Jug

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    Item No. 29-9441
    $3,450
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    A lovely crimson jasperware jug by Wedgwood, featuring an applied white jasper neoclassical decoration of acanthus leaves and grapes bordering the rim. Maidens, children, and foliage provide the main focal point on the body. A twisted jasper handle and original lid complete this great jug. Jasperware is one of Wedgwood's crowning achievements, and is highly acclaimed for revolutionizing ceramic art.

    Marked "WEDGWOOD / ENGLAND"

    Circa 1920

    8 1/2" high
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    Maker: Wedgwood
    Period: 20th Century
    Origin:England
    Type:Cups/Pitchers
    Height:8.5 Inches
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