Wedgwood bone china plate, ‘honeycomb’ & flowers, c.1815
Rare Wedgwood bone china plate, printed & painted with scattered flowers on a yellow ‘honeycomb’ ground. Red printed mark ‘Wedgwood’ circa 1815
Minor firing fault
Provenance: Zetlin collection, USthis rarity belongs to Wedgwood's first period of making porcelain, lasting 1812-22. After 1822 they no longer produced their bone china body, concentrating on earthenwares. Porcelain next appears at Wedgwood in the later 19th century.