A WEDGWOOD THREE-COLOR DARK-BLUE JASPER-DIP VASE LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY
vase shape no. 394, decorated in blue, white and green with undulating vertical bellflower garlands alternating with dicework, impressed uppercase WEDGWOOD.
Height 7¼ in.
The vase is in good condition. There is some faint crazing cracks throughout, most visible on foot. It is lacking its cover.
The piece could benefit from a light clean.
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Collection of David and Charlotte Zeitlin, bearing label, sold, Skinner Boston, September 9, 2006, lot 307
Edwards, Ars Ceramica, 2019, no. 31, p. 47, fig. 1