Wedgwood Redware Sleeping Boy Figure
Wedgwood Redware Sleeping Boy Figure Wedgwood Redware Sleeping Boy Figure Wedgwood Redware Sleeping Boy Figure
Wedgwood Redware Sleeping Boy Figure

Wedgwood Redware Sleeping Boy Figure

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    Item No. 29-5920
    $1,885
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    This intriguing antique Wedgwood redware figure is crafted in the image of a sleeping boy. First produced by Wedgwood during the late 18th century, redware was used mainly for household items such as teapots and flower vases. To find a decorative item made of this rare material is extremely rare. Marked “WEDGWOOD” on base Circa 1810 2 1/2” wide x 4 5/8” length x 1 1/2” high
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    Maker: Wedgwood
    Period: 19th Century
    Origin:England
    Depth:4.625 Inches
    Length:4 5/8 Inches
    Width:2.5 Inches
    Height:1.5 Inches
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