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Old Wedgewood Patterns

Posted by agnespuffin (My Page) on
Thu, Jan 26, 06 at 18:00

Sometime ago, someone here gave me a website for pictures of OLD Wedgewood China Patterns.. I seem to have lost it. If anyone could point me in the right direction, I would appreciate it. I've tried to Google it, but I don't seem to ask the right questions. Maybe it was some sort of offical Wedgewood site. The plates that I have date back at least to 1927
Thanks
PB


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RE: Old Wedgewood Patterns

As far as Wedgewood goes, 1927 isn't old at all.
Was it the link below?
Many sites list china patterns by type....like roses or woodland etc.
Are you trying to ID a plate you already have? or browse for something to buy?
Linda C

Here is a link that might be useful: Past and present


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RE: Old Wedgewood Patterns

Linda, I have four plates that were some my mother had. As far as I know. She never used them, and I haven't either. I thought if I could ID them, someone might like to have them. They have a wide white border, a basket of flowers with a background of sky blue. I saw a picture of them once. The pattern was made with three or four different colored background. I know that they have little or no value except to someone that likes that kind of thing.
PB


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www.replacements.com/china/WW.htm


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RE: Old Wedgewood Patterns

please could you tell me the year of my wedgewood plate it is back and white picture of lake Lugano by etruria and barlston.


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RE: Old Wedgewood Patterns

Is it Jasperware? What color? Often there is a date on the back.
and a picture would help...
Linda C


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