Collecting Antique Wedgwood Pottery and Porcelain.
The Wedgwood Collector is faced with many imitators and must ensure they are buying true Wedgwood antiques, that are properly marked, so that the collector can confidently attribute the work to the Wedgwood potteries.
Beware of pieces marked 'Wedgwood & Co', an Enoch Wedgwood mark and also wares of the 1790-1801 period by the Knottingley Pottery which are also marked 'Wedgwood & Co'
It took Josiah Wedgwood ...
Wedgwood's Fairyland Lustre Ware and those wonderful Daisy Makeig-Jones designs.
Daisy Makeig-Jones must surely have had fairies living at the bottom of her garden.
Where else could she have found the inspiration for the most magical of ceramic fairy wonderlands created for Wedgwood Fairyland Lustre? The pieces pictured here are products of Daisy's vivid imagination.
One of seven children, Susannah Margaretta 'Daisy' Makeig-Jones was born in 1881 in a small mining village near Rotherham, ...
Buying Antiques at Auction is a fun and simple process that most buyers shy away from.
But when buying antiques at auction you should be open minded, do not buy anything unless you've handled it and if you're unsure or can't reach it, then ask the auctioneer or a member of staff to get it, or for more information about it.
There are a great many auction houses spread across the country.
Some are part of chains and some are small local houses that provide a valuable local service through ...
Antique Marks Collection presents a stunning Wedgwood fairyland lustre bowl by Daisy Makeig Jones dating to circa 1930 and decorated with pixies and fairies. In 1909 Daisy Makeig Jones joined Wedgwood as a trainee designer and grew to be a pivotal factor in Wedgwoods survival
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