Wedgwood soup/pasta plate 23cm
The ultimate white china, in Wedgwood's finest quality body. The slight translucent glaze sets food off to perfection. Classic detailing; plates have a generous rim. We keep Wedgwood White permanently in stock in a comprehensive range of sizes, making it a collection you can add to over the years. Capturing the very essence of traditional English style, the Wedgwood White Collection is characterized by simple, elegant design details that have stood the test of time; remaining as contemporary now as they were when first introduced in 1920. Crisp, clean white ware is guaranteed microwave, dishwasher and oven-safe.
|Material||Fine Bone China|
In 1759 Josiah Wedgwood, aged just twenty-nine, started as an independent potter in Burslem, Staffordshire, England. He began to experiment avidly with clay, exploring its many possibilities. Creative, energetic, an astute business man and patron of the arts, he quickly became Britain's most inspired and successful ceramics pioneer. His genius led English pottery from a cottage craft to an art form and international industry. Since 1940, at the Wedgwood factory at Barlaston, England, modern technology has been combined with the ancient skills of throwing, modelling and decorating.