|Aesthetic Period Transferware|
Executed in a light cocoa brown transfer in contrast to Wedgwood's creamy white body, the...
Executed in a light cocoa brown transfer in contrast to Wedgwood's creamy white body, the chocolate pot is accented by the deep orange enamel edge detail of the lid and other striping on the body. "Edinburg's" characteristic aesthetic arrangement of juxtaposed elements includes a framed romantic castle scene, an exotic pot with chrysanthemums, and an over-arching branch with perched finches. The sherbet-y color scheme of enamel highlights includes a pale lavender-blue, fuschia and yellow.Those familiar with the "Edinburg" pattern will note the absence of the prominent zig-zag border in this adaptation.
|Mark:||Impressed WEDGWOOD With Registery Pad Mark|
|Date:||Date Code 1883|
|Dimensions:||Height 9 1/4 in., Width 6 1/4 in., Diameter 5 in.|
Wedgwood called this form their "Wicker" shape, referring to the woven relief detail at th...
Wedgwood called this form their "Wicker" shape, referring to the woven relief detail at the top, bottom, and handle. The shape was utilized with a variety of aesthetic patterns.