Wedgwood Jasper Ware

18th Century Old Wedgwood Jasperware Tray (1764 to 1769)


18th Century Old Wedgwood Jasperware Tray (1764 to 1769)
18th Century Old Wedgwood Jasperware Tray (1764 to 1769)
18th Century Old Wedgwood Jasperware Tray (1764 to 1769)
18th Century Old Wedgwood Jasperware Tray (1764 to 1769)
18th Century Old Wedgwood Jasperware Tray (1764 to 1769)

18th Century Old Wedgwood Jasperware Tray (1764 to 1769)   18th Century Old Wedgwood Jasperware Tray (1764 to 1769)

2 pounds 1.7 ounces. 10-3/8 inches by 7-3/4 inches. Among collectors, the term Old Wedgwood is taken to refer to wares produced before Josiah's death in 1795.

Old Wedgwood is difficult to date. The first examination is of the piece itself. Old Wedgwood has a character of its own.

It is finely crafted and just feels old. It is impossible to convey that quality in either words or photographs. The only way to gain an appreciation of the character of Old Wedgwood is to examine it, with the eye and with the finger tips.

The earliest factory marks were impressed using movable type which explains why they are uneven as is this mark. There are no repairs or chips.

The tiny white spots on the face are clearly manufacturing anomalies. Found in the John Hicks estate. Condition appropriate with age and as pictured. I will offer a certificate of authenticity upon request.

John Hicks was a talented sound mixer for wildly successful TV shows, such as Cheers, Murphy Brown, Mork and Mindy, Rhoda, and TV movie Driving Miss Daisy, among others. He was nominated twice for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special, showcasing his extraordinary work on Murphy Brown. John Hicks' career in TV and film spans more than two decades with a wealth of exceptional credits to his name. John Hicks has worked with many iconic TV and movie industry stars throughout his illustrious career as a sound mixer. He worked with accomplished actor, comedian, and Oscar recipient Robin Williams on the set of Mork and Mindy.

John Hicks worked with Golden Globe and Emmy Award winning actress Candice Bergen on the set of Murphy Brown. He also worked with Oscar nominated and Golden Globe recipient Joan Plowright, regarded as one of the most accomplished actresses of the 20th century. The wealth of talented actors and actresses John Hicks has worked with also includes Oscar recipient Woody Harrelson, Golden Globe and Emmy Award winning actor Ted Danson, Rhea Perlman, Kelsey Grammer, Kirstie Alley, Valerie Harper, Julie Kavner, Pam Dawber, and Ralph James, among many more TV and movie icons. To discover more about the Dreams to Reality Foundation's donation program, please visit this video.

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18th Century Old Wedgwood Jasperware Tray (1764 to 1769)   18th Century Old Wedgwood Jasperware Tray (1764 to 1769)