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Ewers (possibly Wedgewood?)

Pair of Wedgewood Solid Black Jasper Wine and Water Ewers, England, late

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Pair of Wedgwood Solid Blue Jasper Tea Urns and Covers, England, late century, each with applied white foliate and floral designs including acanthus leaves and bell flowers, floral swags and arabesque banding.

Wedgwood Three-color Jasper Dip Diceware Vase and Cover England 19th Century

6 Wedgwood Three-color Jasper Dip Diceware Vase and Cover England Century

Wedgwood Vase With Louis XVI Ormolu Mounts Probably By Francois Remond And Furnished By Dominique Daguerre - England And France   c. Louis XVI Period

Wedgwood Vase With Louis XVI Ormolu Mounts Probably By Francois Remond And Furnished By Dominique Daguerre - England And France c.

1957 Wedgwood Terra Cotta Jasperware Vase

Wedgwood Terra Cotta Jasper Vase and Cover, England, applied black jasper classical relief, impressed mark, ht.

A Wedgwood Victoria Ware vase, circa 1880, the oviform body in… - Wedgwood - Ceramics - Carter's Price Guide to Antiques and Collectables

A Wedgwood Victoria Ware vase, circa the oviform body in… - Wedgwood - Ceramics - Carter's Price Guide to Antiques and Collectables

The House of Wedgwood - Interior Inspiration for the Discerning - Wedgwood® Official US Site

Exquisite Handcrafted Pieces - Wedgwood® Official US Site

WEDGWOOD BLACK & WHITE JASPERWARE URN AND COVER

Samsung SCH-i545 Galaxy S4 16GB Android Smartphone Verizon + GSM - White (Certified Refurbished

Three Wedgwood Egyptian Rosso Antico Items, England, 19th century, each with applied black hieroglyphs in relief, including an octagonal bowl, lg. 5 3/8; and two plates, dia. 6 3/8, 7 5/8 in.; impressed marks.

Three Wedgwood Egyptian Rosso Antico Items, England, 19th century, each with applied black hieroglyphs in relief, including an octagonal bowl, lg. 5 3/8; and two plates, dia. 6 3/8, 7 5/8 in.; impressed marks.

Wedgwood Jasperware Vase

A jasperware vase of unglazed stoneware made by Wedgwood in about 1785 is patterned after an antique Roman vase.

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