Wedgwood Dessert Service


Early Victorian dessert service.

The Wedgwood story began in 1759 in Burslem, England with Josiah Wedgwood an independant potter. And since the time of Queen Charlotte, Wedgwood collections were to grace the tables of British monarchs and many other illustrious Heads of State, such as in the Vatican, the Kremlin and the White House.

” Our Fine Bone China looks fantastic and provides superior strength “.

This rare service dates to 1870. It consists of two tall and three short comports with 12 dessert plates. Each piece is hand decorated with cobalt enamel and 24ct gilding. A fabulous set in superb condition, unused cabinet piece.

2 Tall Comport – 10 cm x 24 cm diameter.

3 Short comport – 5.5 cm x 24 cm diameter

12 dessert plates – 21 cm diameter.

Superb condition, no crazing.

1 in stock


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