A Stunning Wedgwood Fairyland Lustre Bowl by Daisy Makeig Jones circa 1930
From the antique-marks collection we have a wonderful original Wedgwood fairyland lustre bowl by Daisy Makeig Jones.
A highly collectable and much sought after art deco piece with the interior beautifully decorated in typical Makeig Jones fashion with fairies and pixies among woodland scenes in a green, gold and amber palette.
The exterior face displaying a band of bounding stags and deer above a stylised flame border.
The foot and the underside in gold and the whole bounded by geometric pattern borders in gold and powder blue.
This is a truly wonderful and very rare & collectable display piece of Wedgwood Fairyland Lustre ware.
Wedgwood Makers Marks :
The bowl bears the Wedgwood portland vase makers mark.
Together with hand scripted marks
The marks dating reliably to c1920’s.
Size & Weight :
The Daisy Makeig Jones bowl stands: 8.5cm tall with a 20.5cm diameter rim.
It has a 9.5cm diameter foot rim.
This Fairyland Lustre bowl weighs approximately 600 gms.
About Daisy Makeig Jones
In 1909 Daisy Makeig Jones joined Wedgwood as a trainee designer and played a key part in Wedgwoods survival.
Due in large extent to her development of a dazzling range of new glazing techniques, particularly one which produced a finish of multi-coloured iridescence.
Daisy was the real catalyst for change at Wedgwoods Etruria works in Stoke-on-Trent.
And; Daisy’s art school training helped Wedgwood continue to grow.
By 1914 Daisy Makeig-Jones was considered good enough to be given her own Wedgwood studio … Continue Reading about Daisy Makeig Jones