TEN WEDGWOOD JASPERWARE SMALL PLAQUES AND MEDALLIONS LATE 18TH AND 19TH CENTURY
in various shapes, in solid-blue jasper, blue, and black jasper-dip in white relief with classical subjects, including a Wedgwood and Bentley oval medallion of a classical head in profile, impressed lowercase Wedgwood & Bentley, numeral 6; a Wedgwood and Bentley oval medallion of four putti, impressed uppercase WEDGWOOD & BENTLEY; a black jasper-dip circular medallion, impressed uppercase WEDGWOOD, and a circular medallion commemorating a Josiah Wedgwood exhibition at the Liverpool Art Club, February 3, 1879, and an example depicting cupid and a swan in a metal brooch mount.
Length of largest 3¼ in.
Brooch has not examined out of mount and has been broken in half and repaired;. circular medallion with classical figures crowning a bust broken in four pieces and reglued; two circular medallions and the oval plaque with a tiny chip.
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Three: Byron A. Born Collection, bearing labels
Black jasper-dip medallion: David Davis Collection, bearing label
Black jasper-dip medallion: 19th Wedgwood International Seminar, 1974, bearing label