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Vintage Wedgwood Williamsburg Husk Set of 5 Salad Plates, 1960s

Vintage Wedgwood Williamsburg Husk Set of 5 Salad Plates, 1960s

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
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From Westerville, OH
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Description

This stunning Wedgwood china was made between 1962 and 1965. Featuring pink flowers and garlands on a cream background with a scalloped, embossed rim. The pattern is Williamsburg Husk, and this 60s china is a reproduction of one of Wedgwood's designs from 1770. This china pattern was actually purchased by Catherine the Great of Russia in 1770. By then, Josiah Wedgwood had been declared "potter to the queen" of England.

This listing is for a set of 5 salad plates. They are in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, crazing or discoloration. Used little to not at all, the glaze is shiny and for the most part free of scratches. They measure 8 3/8" across.

More in this pattern here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/EssexCottage?ref=ss_profile&search_query=Williamsburg+Husk

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I have shipped china and other fragile items all over the world. Your item(s) will be packed with the utmost care to ensure a safe arrival.

Hand washing is recommended. Most vintage/antique china will have gentle signs of use, such as short shallow utensil marks. Minor glaze pops, and tiny specks of dark inclusions may be present under the glaze due to the nature of production at the time, and are actually considered charming remnants of a time when china was not massed produced. If there are any other visible condition issues, they will be described in the listing.

Please message me with any questions. Thanks for visiting Essex Cottage!
This stunning Wedgwood china was made between 1962 and 1965. Featuring pink flowers and garlands on a cream background with a scalloped, embossed rim. The pattern is Williamsburg Husk, and this 60s china is a reproduction of one of Wedgwood's designs from 1770. This china pattern was actually purchased by Catherine the Great of Russia in 1770. By then, Josiah Wedgwood had been declared "potter to the queen" of England.

This listing is for a set of 5 salad plates. They are in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, crazing or discoloration. Used little to not at all, the glaze is shiny and for the most part free of scratches. They measure 8 3/8" across.

More in this pattern here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/EssexCottage?ref=ss_profile&search_query=Williamsburg+Husk

****************************************************

I have shipped china and other fragile items all over the world. Your item(s) will be packed with the utmost care to ensure a safe arrival.

Hand washing is recommended. Most vintage/antique china will have gentle signs of use, such as short shallow utensil marks. Minor glaze pops, and tiny specks of dark inclusions may be present under the glaze due to the nature of production at the time, and are actually considered charming remnants of a time when china was not massed produced. If there are any other visible condition issues, they will be described in the listing.

Please message me with any questions. Thanks for visiting Essex Cottage!

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I gladly accept returns and exchanges

Contact me within: 3 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 7 days of delivery

I don't accept cancellations

But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.

The following items can't be returned or exchanged

Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
  • Custom or personalized orders
  • Perishable products (like food or flowers)
  • Digital downloads
  • Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)

Returns and exchange details

If for some reason you are not delighted with your purchase, please contact Essex Cottage. Requests for refunds must be requested within 3 days of receiving the item, and item needs to be returned back to Essex Cottage within 7 day undamaged and unaltered at buyer's expense. Upon receiving the item undamaged and unaltered, a full refund (minus shipping) will be issued immediately.

Essex Cottage is not responsible to items that are damaged or missing in transit, nor for delays due to customs. I will, however, assist you in any way I can if you need to file a claim of damage with a delivery service.

Shipping policies

If you are buying more than one item, you will likely get a partial refund on the cost of shipping, as shipping 2 or more items in the same box cost less to ship than if they were sent separately. The exception is large orders of china (over 12 or so pieces), as I am finding with the current postal costs, it often costs less to send out 2 fairly heavy smaller boxes than 1 larger, heavier box. All payment overages on shipping will be refunded at the time the item ships out.

If you need a piece by a specific date, contact me so I can make arrangements to meet you needs.

International customers: please check with your postal service for any additional fees that they may charge you. You are responsible for any additional fees charged by your postal service.

Additional policies

I do my best to accurately describe the size, color and condition of each item. If you have any questions before purchasing, please message me. I have shipped china and other fragile items all over the world. The utmost care will be taken to pack your items for a safe arrival.

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