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c1935 This earthenware vegetable dish is decorated with matt moonstone glaze. It was designed by Tom Wedgwood and Keith Murray for Wedgwood around 1935.
1940 This earthenware mug was designed by Eric Ravilious for Wedgwood in 1940. It is printed and lustred with design marking the opening of the new Wedgwood factory at Barlaston in Staffordshire.
1933-1934 This earthenware mug is matt-glazed in green. It was designed by Keith Murray for Wedgwood around 1935.
c1937 This earthenware milk jug is decorated with silver lustre. It was designed by Louise Powell and made by Wedgwood around 1937.
c1800 This brooch is made from a Wedgwood jasperware plaque showing the sea god Poseidon. It has a border of seed pearls.
1954 This earthenware serving dish, "Sweet Pea", was decorated by Laurence Scarfe on a Wedgwood blank in 1954. The pattern is applied in lithographic chalks.
c1938 This earthenware beaker was designed by Eric Ravilious for Wedgwood around 1938. It is printed with a design of a barrel filled with garden implements.
c1935 This bowl in black basalt was designed by Keith Murray for Wedgwood around 1935.
c1850 This creamware teapot is moulded and glazed in green in imitation of a cauliflower. This green glaze is a Wedgwood development, and although the teapot was made in c1850, the design dates back to the earlier Wedgwood style from the eigtheenth century. The
Unrecorded This squat globular stoneware teapot has a curved spout and a loop handle with a thumb grip. It is green glazed with blue and purple sprigged floral decoration on the body and the lid. It is marked ?Wedgwood? impressed.