This week saw the sale of several Wedgwood collections, all in the Jasperware style; a technique developed by Josiah Wedgwood in the late 1700’s. It is an unglazed form of pottery often called biscuit, due to it’s dry looking finish as opposed to wetter looking gloss glazes more typical of the time. The ground or base is overlayed with sprigs of white decorations often in classical designs. It became popular shortly after it’s release, copied by several potteries and manufacturers who put their own spin on the technique. Wedgwood still produce the Jasperware line to this day and it can be found in an array of colours.

This week we sold an urn (lot 12) in the traditional Wedgwood blue colourway. This and other auction highlights follow.


Lot 12

An early 20th century Wedgwood Jasperware twin handle and lidded mantle urn with Grecian design

Sold: £160

Lot 95

A 1950s Singer sewing machine, model 222K, serial number EK326470, with original case and manual etc

Sold: £400

Lot 213

Six advertising bottles including stoneware Ginger beer bottle of Kendal interest and codd bottle of Ulverston interest.

Sold: £390

Lot 205

A selection of vintage cut and pressed glass including tumblers,cake plate,decanters and more.

Sold: £350

Lot 3

A 17th century Georgian carriage clock French made bearing name Y Rovas A Paris in ormolu case with chase work design

Sold: £250

Lot 39

A pair of modern Leitz Trinovid binoculars with case in very good condition

Sold: £250