Antique WEDGWOOD JASPERWARE 1894 Jewelry Box and Lid in Cream and Celadon Green
How to date Wedgwood:
After 1891 the word ENGLAND is added to the WEDGWOOD mark continuing until 1908 when the words MADE IN ENGLAND replace it in all cases. MADE IN ENGLAND commenced appearing on some wares as early as 1898 but is not in general use until 1908. Before the advent of the dating system in 1860 one must look to other clues to date pieces described as marked WEDGWOOD only.
Why did I include “How to date Wedgwood” in my description? Because on the bottom of this beauty are the words, Wedgwood, England, and “W”. And, according to the worksheet above this means this bad boy was made in 1894! Help me and if I have figured out wrong, please correct me. Adorned with angels, cherubs and lots of lace, this is beautiful.
She measures 4 1/2 inches in width.
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