A WEDGWOOD THREE-COLOR JASPER-DIP CIRCULAR TRAY AND A CUP AND SAUCER CIRCA 1850 AND LATE 18TH CENTURY
the interior rim of the dark blue-ground body of the tray decorated with a dicework and foliate border, with yellow flowerheads, twice impressed uppercase WEDGWOOD mark; the cup and saucer with engine-turned dicework with green flowerheads, the cup with vertical striping to foot, the saucer with an acanthus leaf band at the rim impressed uppercase WEDGWOOD, letter H, numeral 3.
Diameter of tray 10⅛ in.; Diameter of saucer 5 in.
25.7 cm, 12.7 cm
Very minor tiny firing blemish to a blue square of the cup's dicework; minor 1/8-in. flat chip to the blue on the face of the tray.
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The tray: Remmey Antiques, New Vernon New Jersey, October 19, 1996, lot 39