WEDGWOOD Belmar, Edme Shape, English Eathenware, Footed Cup and Saucer, Floral Cup and Saucer, Made in England, Gift for Her, 8 ounce


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Item details

Vintage from before 2000


Cup capacity: 8 Fluid ounces



This cup and saucer is from one of English Wedgwood's most classic and beloved lines of dishware. It is made of the variety of cream colored earthenware first developed by Josiah Wedgwood in the mid 18th century, and its shape is the one developed for the Edme pattern that was commissioned in 1906 by French architects and designers Dannier Freres and created by Wedgwood art director, John Goodwin.

After the Edme shape was developed it was originally painted, glazed and sold in a solid ivory color. Gradually variations with more decoration to the pattern started to be sold. The floral variation on the Edme pattern in this cup and saucer is called Belmar. It consists of an image of a soft multi-colored floral arrangement in the bottom of the cup and center of the saucer as well as a band of similar blossoms around the top of the cup. Additional design is added with green accents lines on the cup and around the saucer.

This Belmar pattern has been discontinued somewhere along the line, but this cup and saucer is in excellent pristine condition, and would it a beautiful part of a collection of English cups and saucers. The footed cup is 2 3/4" high x 3 1/2" across the top. The saucer is 5 5/8"" wide. It's a beautiful pair for you or to give as a gift.

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