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The Hot Bid: Wedgwood First Day’s Vase sold for record price

The Hot Bid: Wedgwood First Day’s Vase sold for record price

NEW YORK – On occasion, The Hot Bid revisits remarkable antique and vintage collectibles that have sold. Today’s subject is a rare Wedgwood covered vase. What you see: A Wedgwood “First Day’s Vase” dating to 1769. Estimated at £120,000 to £180,000 ($151,000 to $226,000), it sold for £482,500 ($607,000) at Christie’s in 2016, setting a record for […]

Quinn’s presents definitive Wedgwood ceramics collection in April 14 auction

Quinn’s presents definitive Wedgwood ceramics collection in April 14 auction

FALLS CHURCH, Va. – In 1759, Josiah Wedgwood and Sons founded a family-owned and operated company whose distinctive wares became synonymous with fine English pottery and decorative accessories. On April 14, an important representation of 18th- to 20th-century Wedgwood blue jasperware will be offered on American shores, at Quinn’s Auction Galleries in Falls Church, Virginia, […]

Wedgwood

Wedgwood is considered one of the greatest manufacturers of dinnerware, teaware and decor pieces in the world. Founded in 1759, the company received great recognition thanks to its founder: Josiah Wedgwood, an independent potter who experimented with clay and created exquisite inventions. Known as 'Father of English Potters', Josiah introduced a series of new materials such as Jasperware, Queen's Ware and Black Basalt. Josiah's most important innovation, Jasperware, remains as one of the company's most popular and sought-after materials among collectors due to its high quality and popular colors. From vases to bowls, tea and coffee sets, and more - you can expect to find an extraordinary selection of Wedgwood works.

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