Wedgwood

Antique Georgian Wedgwood creamware basket weave plate - circa 1780 - osier pattern with reticulated rim 23.8 cm diameter 380 g

Antique Georgian Wedgwood creamware basket weave plate - circa 1780 - osier pattern with reticulated rim 23.8 cm diameter 380 g
Antique Georgian Wedgwood creamware basket weave plate - circa 1780 - osier pattern with reticulated rim 23.8 cm diameter 380 g
Antique Georgian Wedgwood creamware basket weave plate - circa 1780 - osier pattern with reticulated rim 23.8 cm diameter 380 g
Antique Georgian Wedgwood creamware basket weave plate - circa 1780 - osier pattern with reticulated rim 23.8 cm diameter 380 g
Antique Georgian Wedgwood creamware basket weave plate - circa 1780 - osier pattern with reticulated rim 23.8 cm diameter 380 g
Antique Georgian Wedgwood creamware basket weave plate - circa 1780 - osier pattern with reticulated rim 23.8 cm diameter 380 g
Antique Georgian Wedgwood creamware basket weave plate - circa 1780 - osier pattern with reticulated rim 23.8 cm diameter 380 g
Antique Georgian Wedgwood creamware basket weave plate - circa 1780 - osier pattern with reticulated rim 23.8 cm diameter 380 g
Antique Georgian Wedgwood creamware basket weave plate - circa 1780 - osier pattern with reticulated rim 23.8 cm diameter 380 g
Antique Georgian Wedgwood creamware basket weave plate - circa 1780 - osier pattern with reticulated rim 23.8 cm diameter 380 g
Antique Georgian Wedgwood creamware basket weave plate - circa 1780 - osier pattern with reticulated rim 23.8 cm diameter 380 g
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Wedgwood

Antique Georgian Wedgwood creamware basket weave plate - circa 1780 - osier pattern with reticulated rim 23.8 cm diameter 380 g

A Wedgwood pottery Georgian period cream-ware plate circa 1790, finely potted and embossed with a crisp basket weave pattern and a pierced, fretted or reticulated rim. It is covered with a bluish green coloured lead glaze. The design is sometimes referred to as osier pattern by some collectors as well as having an arcaded rim by others.

This is a very decorative and collectable piece of antique creamware pottery dating from circa 1770 -  1800 in the Georgian period. George III was on the throne at the time. 

The plate has the impressed mark Wedgwood in capital letters in a slight curve. This mark, according to Godden, was used by Josiah Wedgwood (1759 -1769). This plate was made in the factory originally owned by Josiah Wedgwood, Wedgwood of Etruria, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire, England. (Ref 1).

The plate is in excellent antique condition, no chips, cracks, nor restoration. There are spur marks to the rim at the front from manufacture as well as a small glaze rub to the basket weave.  Please see the images.

This is a superb item of 18th century cream ware to add to any collection.

Free UK postage, international postage at cost.

Height  1 3/16 inch ( 3.0 cm)
Diameter 9 3/8 inches (23.8 cm)
Weight 380 grammes unpacked

References:

1.  Godden's Encyclopedia of British Pottery and Porcelain Marks no 4074 page 657

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