A GROUP OF WEDGWOOD BONE CHINA TOPOGRAPHICAL WARES CIRCA 1812-16
probably painted by John Cutts, with named views including 'Bredsll nr. Derby', 'Tofts, Norfolk', 'Bonsall Dale Nr Cromford, Derbyshire' and 'Mill nr Tarporley, Cheshire' comprising three scalloped-rim plates, a helmet-shaped milk jug and a teacup and saucer, titles in iron-red script, printed iron-red uppercase WEDGWOOD. 6 pieces.
Diameter of plates 8½ in.
Some minor scratches to the enamels and some wear to gilding. Otherwise in generally good condition.
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Two plates: Seal Simons, Philadelphia, 1974 and 1978
One plate: Alan Landis, 1982
Jug: Sotheby's London, February 24, 1987, lot 317
Cup and saucer: Collection of Elizabeth Chellis, 1990