Item: 108pc Dining Set
Make: Wedgwood (England)
Pattern: Embossed Queensware (Plain Edge)
Condition: Good antique condition. Two chipped salad plates, one chipped demitasse saucer, crazing and minor staining throughout. Signs of wear are consistent with age and use. Please see photos.
Details: It was Queen Charlotte who first introduced Wedgwood to the world's Royal Families and Heads of State when she purchased a set of cream-colored earthenware. She was so happy that Josiah Wedgwood was allowed to use the titles "Potter to Her Majesty" and "Queen's Ware" to describe his inventive Creamware. This vintage set of plain edge, embossed Queensware includes -
- 4 Candlesticks (5 1/2" Tall)
- 9 Demitasse Cups (2 3/4" Dia)
- 11 Demitasse Saucers (4 1/4" Dia)
- 5 Tea Cups (3 1/2" Dia)
- 11 Cream Soup (3 1/2" Dia)
- 17 Cup/Soup Saucers (5 1/2" Dia)
- 1 Lidded Sugar (4" Dia)
- 1 Cream (3 7/8" Dia)
- 13 Bread Plates (6" Dia)
- 12 Salad Plates (8" Dia)
- 12 Luncheon Plates (9" Dia)
- 12 Dinner Plates (9 3/4" Dia)
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