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Wedgwood and Jasperware

Any type of Wedgwood salts
and any marked or unmarked Jasperware salts.


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37
Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
09-22-2021
11:47 AM ET (US)
Strange how quickly Wedgwood petered out. I started to post some more salts and realized they were Doulton, not Wedgwood.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
09-17-2021
02:48 PM ET (US)
   I love the creamware. I have none but, I love it.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
09-13-2021
04:26 PM ET (US)
Thanks Nancy. I have more, just pacing myself for the month.
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Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
09-13-2021
12:31 PM ET (US)
I'm pleased to see Wedgwood creamware salts since all I could post were other forms. Your pieces are so beautiful, Debi.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
09-10-2021
12:20 PM ET (US)

Wedgwood plain pale blue set.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
09-10-2021
12:19 PM ET (US)

Wedgwood creamware set.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
09-10-2021
12:18 PM ET (US)

Wedgwood commemorative of Elizabeth's Coronation (EC).
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
09-10-2021
12:14 PM ET (US)

I love that this Wedgwood had decoration outside and inside.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
09-06-2021
03:48 PM ET (US)
   Debi, Dudson, sorry. Not the greatest name in the world. Course it is better than Puckeberg, pukeberg, or what ever.
Edited 09-06-2021 03:50 PM
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
09-05-2021
09:26 PM ET (US)
Kent Hudson did a lot of research on English china and pottery. He identified it as made by Dudson.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
09-05-2021
06:19 PM ET (US)
   Debi, you have some very nice Wedgwood......or other? If it is Duncan by Kent is it still Wedgwood?
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
09-05-2021
05:52 PM ET (US)

Open salt and matching shaker marked Wedgwood.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
09-05-2021
05:49 PM ET (US)

This one is a darker blue color and marked Wedgwood.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
09-05-2021
05:47 PM ET (US)

This set is unmarked.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
09-05-2021
05:46 PM ET (US)

This brown jasperware was identified as Dudson by Kent.
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Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
09-05-2021
04:48 PM ET (US)

Here is another example of Wedgwood that isn't Jasperware but Creamware. Neither of the pieces I have is a salt, but a thimble holder and a miniature jug.
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Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
09-04-2021
12:51 PM ET (US)
Debi, I found that trencher by Wedgwood in Edinburgh in the 90's, and I've never seen another of that type by Wedgwood. I think it is quite old. It's in almost perfect condition, one slight chip I think.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
09-04-2021
03:58 AM ET (US)

This one is by Dudson.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
09-04-2021
03:47 AM ET (US)

Another by Adams. The crest on it says Lincoln.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
09-04-2021
03:45 AM ET (US)

This one is by Adams.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
09-03-2021
02:50 PM ET (US)
   Debi, never thought I would like a black salt. But, I am loving all these. I found some of my (Wedgewood) supposedly salts are holders for a lighter. The Jasperware is my favorite finish..... or nonfinish. Can't wait to see more.
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Mary KernPerson was signed in when posted
09-03-2021
01:31 PM ET (US)
Beautiful beginning, thank you!!!! I may have some, but not many so< as usual> I will just admire the new additions each morning...
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
09-03-2021
12:37 PM ET (US)
Nancy V, I admire that Wedgwood trencher every time I see it.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
09-03-2021
12:33 PM ET (US)

These are marked Wedgwood - Made in England - and dated 1953. They are two of the same salt, just showing both sides. They are also not shiny inside so maybe not meant as a salt.
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Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
09-03-2021
11:32 AM ET (US)

All four showing other angles.
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Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
09-03-2021
11:30 AM ET (US)

Marked Wedgwood transfer ware salt.
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Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
09-03-2021
11:28 AM ET (US)

Unmarked Jasperware bucket.
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Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
09-03-2021
11:27 AM ET (US)

Unmarked Jasperware.
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Nancy C VillaverdePerson was signed in when posted
09-03-2021
11:26 AM ET (US)

Typical marked Wedgewood.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
09-02-2021
02:40 PM ET (US)

My last black piece. Probably not meant to be a salt either. I think salts have a glazed inside finish and this piece along with my #7 do not have a shiny inside.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
09-02-2021
02:35 PM ET (US)

Not sure if this is supposed to be a salt. Maybe a toothpick or match holder.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
09-02-2021
02:33 PM ET (US)

I have a black basalt like Judy's #4, and a couple other black Wedgwood pieces. This is the salt and matching shaker but I know there's a full condiment set with mustard in a holder. It had a wicked price on it when I saw it long ago.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
09-02-2021
12:20 PM ET (US)

  I have only 1 Jasperware unpacked. I know I have a couple of pieces somewhere. But, I am looking forward to see everybodies pieces.
  Judy, that black piece took my breath away. The blue silver rims are gorgious. Can't wait to see more.
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Judy in TexasPerson was signed in when posted
09-02-2021
12:09 PM ET (US)

Round BLACK Wedgewood
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Judy in TexasPerson was signed in when posted
09-02-2021
12:08 PM ET (US)

Wedgewood with leaf decoration.
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Judy in TexasPerson was signed in when posted
09-02-2021
12:07 PM ET (US)

Wedgewood with three different scenes.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
09-01-2021
06:17 PM ET (US)
Please read the last message from last month.

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