Posted 3 years ago
I found this at the Thrift Store yesterday, it was an interesting look, and very reasonable price, so thought I would take a chance, and buy it. The CW curse(Find, Research, and Post), or Post and hope for information, got me! :^D
After searching a little under blue and white pottery, I saw a piece of Wedgwood China Jasperware, I knew it wasn't that but, the pattern looked similar. My next search under Wedgwood China patterns, brought me to Wedgwood Queensware, the same pattern, but not shape, or style. So here I am, Looks like Wedgwood China's Queensware, pattern copy? But by who? I have a link with the Queensware pattern that I'll post in comments.
The blue glaze over white, with clear glaze overall serving bowl is 8"wide by 3"high, and 7 3/8" across the top. It has 2 sets of kiln firing stilt marks, first for the white and airbrushed blue glaze, and then for the clear glaze firing, and no other marks. Got anything? &:^?
Thanks for looking, and take a guess?! All comments are welcome! :^)