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    Posted 2 years ago

    AdeleC
    (547 items)

    These are some pieces of Wedgwood Glass that I have collected over the years. The paperweight was a Wedding present, so dates to the early 1980's. The others I have picked up in various charity shops over the years. My favourite is the elephant, which is signed on the base. The paperweight and apple still have their labels on them. The bird isn't marked, but is so like the others I am pretty sure it is Wedgwood.

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    1. Newfld Newfld, 2 years ago
      Such lovely glass animals & fruit Adele, I had no idea Wedgwood made these, always associate the brand w/ jasperware and other fine tableware. Very very pretty!
    2. Anik Anik, 2 years ago
      Oh gosh, love, love, love these! Beautiful collection.
    3. AdeleC AdeleC, 2 years ago
      I believe The Wedgwood Group took over Kings Lynn Glass (started in 1967) in 1969, and renamed it Wedgwood Glass. There seems to have been various mergers with other glass corks, and it was sold to Caithness glass in 1988. The factory closed in 1992. ( This is info I got from 20th century glass website.
    4. Poire Poire, 2 years ago
      That green elephant is adorable!
    5. betweenthelens betweenthelens, 2 years ago
      Beautiful! I'm like Jenni; I had no idea Wedgwood made glass!

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