Green Glazed Majolica Handled Leaf Shallow Bowl Server

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Wedgwood Green Glazed Majolica Handled Leaf Shallow Bowl Server, 1869

 

From Wedgwood, Burslem, England, a green majolica glazed shallow bowl server with a fringed leaf on a basket weave pattern, date marked 1869. A leaf shaped mold with a pierced twig handle, showing a large fringed edged leaf on a basketweave ground. Realistically molded with the woven basket forming the shaped rim. Lovely pooled deep spring green glazing, sitting on a raised footing.

 

 

From W.T. Copeland & Sons pottery in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire England, a handled server, circa 1860-1875. Glazed in a deep, luscious green, showing an overlapping leaf pattern with twig form handles. Serrate edging, in perfect condition. One of a few shapes produced in this pattern, this is the round example. Beautiful mold work with nicely pooled glazing with a light iridescence.