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Red Wedgwood jasperware, I would love this in my collection!

Red Wedgwood jasperware, also referred to as Crimson.

Britannia Triumphant 1798 - The Wedgwood Museum − Collections

Britannia Triumphant 1798 - The Wedgwood Museum. Gran worked in a number of potteries in the five towns, Stoke-on-Trent, England.

Vase, c. 1906 / Josiah Wedgwood and Sons from a model by Bert Bentley Blue and white jasper ware with two green and white jasper ware panels

Vase, c. 1906 / Josiah Wedgwood and Sons from a model by Bert Bentley Blue and white jasper ware with two green and white jasper ware panels

Saucer | Josiah Wedgwood and Sons | V&A Search the Collections

Saucer

Jasperware saucer, made at the factory of Josiah Wedgwood, Etruria, Staffordshire, ca.

Head of Medusa | Josiah Wedgwood and Sons | V&A Search the Collections

Head of Medusa

Head of Medusa, Josiah Wedgwood and Sons. V&A Search the Collections.

Tea canister Josiah Wedgwood and Sons

Tea canister

Tea canister Tea canister Josiah Wedgwood and Sons Enlarge image Tea canister Tea canister Tea canister Explore related objects

The Portland vase, Josiah Wedgewood 1789 ©  Wedgwood Museum

Josiah Wedgwood 1790 black jasperware replica of the Roman CE) Portland Vase in the British Museum

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

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