A WEDGWOOD THREE-COLOR JASPER-DIP CYLINDRICAL CUP AND SAUCER AND A TEABOWL AND SAUCER CIRCA 1800
applied in relief with white foliate festoons, the cup and teabowl with an oval blue-ground classical medallion, all with impressed uppercase WEDGWOOD marks, letter H.
Diameter of saucers 5¼ and 4¾ in.
12.7 and 12 cm
The teabowl with faint hairline crack to body in well 3.5 cm long. The cylindrical cup with three hairline cracks, it's saucer with three small patches of light discoloration to underside of rim.
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The cup and saucer: Skinner Boston, April 3, 1993
The teabowl and saucer: The Hammond Museum, 1984, bearing label