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Posted 6 years ago


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So I picked up these Wedgwood "tumblers" at our local goodwill for $20. They are in perfect condition and quite beautiful. I am familiar with Wedgwood, however both myself and our local antiques dealers are all scratching our heads! We can't find any other examples of these particular "tumblers" anywhere. I say tumblers, but they are more like small juice glasses or something closer to very large shot glasses. Either way, I have added some large pictures so you can get an idea, I would love some help identifying these a little more clearly! Also am I right in guessing that the P 67 marking means that they are from the early 1900's?

Any help much appreciated - I am not looking for value (unless you know it off-hand) - I do know that at $20 they are a STEAL!

Thanks everyone!

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  1. Paul71 Paul71, 6 years ago
    You do not mention a size, but I can tell you I had one of identical shape and pattern in green Wedgwood jasperware and it had metal fittings for a cigarette lighter. Offhand, I'm guessing it was 3.5" to 4" tall.
    They are not quite that early, the 67 in this case I believe is 1967.
    Here's the same one, with fittings, in blue Jasperware:
    An Internet search for Wedgwood Jasperware cigarette lighter will yield more results.
  2. Paul71 Paul71, 6 years ago
    Remember that jasperware is somewhat porous, and any that is intended to hold liquid of any kind will be glazed on the interior.
  3. Leslie, 6 years ago
    It is not unusual for jasper components to "escape" from the factory and show up on the public market. These are part of a suite of desk items, there is a matching ashtray, picture frame and other things. Yes, they were made in 1967. They would make lovely pencil holders on a desk, but their original intent was indeed as cigarette lighters.

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