Dating jasperware wedgwood
If you are collecting Wedgwood jasper ware jewellery look for pieces that are authentic.
One of the ways you can tell if it's authentic jasper ware is by examining the reverse, the jasper ware should appear the same colour on the front as well as the back of the setting, the inside lozenge is impressed with the Wedgwood stamp. best wishes, Yvonne Hammouda-Eyre Stay up to date with all the latest Antique, Premier and Pearl Jewelry News, and subscribe to our newsletter.... On the back it is printed "WEDGWOOD" in all caps and has some sort of date or design below it that which i can't make out.
With most things ANTIQUE - the condition means everything. Regards Rebecca ANTIQUE JEWELRY INVESTOR SUPPORT TEAM by Angel Hunter (Minnesota) Ok! The back of this cameo is stamped WEDGWOOD, made in england, B-74. Josiah Wedgwood & Sons Ltd (1730-95) first created JASPER Wedgwood jewelry and cameo were included in various line-up of articles such as finger rings, medallions, brooches, pendants, buckles, clasps and earrings.
Hi there, this is a wedgwood cameo named after Josiah Wedgwood (July 12, 1730 — January 3, 1795) born in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent who was an English potter, credited with the industrialization of the manufacture of pottery. I have been looking everywhere for info on this cameo. Among the most collectible are the classical scenes from Greek and Roman mythology which are timeless and as a result, the same motifs have been reintroduced into the market decades later.
Not really sure, you could ask a Cameo EXPERT for their paid (separate service) opinion HERE or better still avail yourself of an Expert Appraisal which includes detailed information and a VALUATION HERECameos in this new material JASPER which is a a fine-grain stoneware could be stained in a wide variety of colors.
Wedgwood jewellery became very popular in the late 18th century.
Best Wishes, Yvonne Hammouda-Eyre Reference: I have a cameo necklace, with the white lady cameo on front, the background is a light blue, surrounded by a silver circle and then more light blue on outer edges.
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The mounts were of gold, silver and marcasite or of cut steel.
Regards Pierre I got this Green cherub playing tambourine cameo from an estate sale.
Today the complete production of Wedgwood jewellery takes place in Stoke-on-Trent, the centre of the English ceramic industry.
The range includes over 100 different items in Jasper and Black Basalt and comprises a wide variety of personal jewellery including brooches, rings, pendants, cuff links, tie tacks, pins and earrings.