WEDGWOOD BLUE JASPER LIDDED BOX
Wedgwood is a British brand synonymous with prestige and elegance in the art of the table, since 1759. The company blends quality and artistry, design and innovation for almost 250 years. Even today, these characteristics allow Wedgwood to retain a leading position internationally in the English production of porcelain tableware.
The founder, Josiah Wedgwood (1730-1795), known as "the father of British potters", was born in Burslem, Staffordshire. After the first experiences as an apprentice in 1759, decides to take the plunge and get in right; in 1776 his activity is so flourishing to enable it to open a new and larger factory.
And ' Josiah that first develops that attention to experiments that will always be essential and characteristic trait of Wedgwood. Himself, for example, turns out the formulae for those precious materials that become symbols of its manufacture: the Queen's Ware (1762), the black basalt (1768) and Jasper (1774).
Today, Wedgwood is the industry's most technologically advanced English of porcelain industry. Knew how to give the structure of a large company, without giving up dexterity and craftsmanship component in production. A solid brand in continuous expansion, along with the production of porcelain home decor design drawing in recent years in collaboration with famous interior designer and fashion stylist: Nick Munro, Paul Costelloe, Jasper Conran, Kelly Hoppen, Vera Wang and Robert Dawson.
In this listing is a door box bombons porcelain English Wedgwood blue Jasper with reliefs inspired by Greek mythology ". The box is identified by the code "WDGSA0006". Measures 5 inches high and 6.5 in diameter.
To ensure authenticity the box bears the mark of Wedgwood underneath the base.
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