Cabinet plate by Wedgwood & Co. in the Melody pattern 1923
The Auld Curiosities is pleased to offer, for your consideration, a cabinet plate by Wedgwood & Co. in the “Melody” pattern, (please note this is the Enoch Wedgwood firm and not that of Josiah Wedgwood and Sons although it is understood that the Josiah Wedgwood firm did absorb the Enoch Wedgwood firm in 1980). There is an impressed mark for October 1923, which matches the period where the printed backstamp was used. The name Wedgwood & Co England also appears as an impressed mark as well as the printed one on the back. This is a pre-loved piece that does show some signs of wear but no obvious abuse or damage. The octagonal plate has a diameter of 8 7/16” (214mm) measured from flat edge to flat edge and 8 15/16” (227mm) between the opposing corners, the meeting point of the flat edges. Postage will be determined at point of sale and is a cost to the buyer. We do this to ensure that our charges are accurate and fair.
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