Thursday, February 20, 2014

Weird Wedgwood

When one thinks of the British institution that is Wedgwood (est. 1759) one thinks mainly of classical romantic scenes in relief on matte porcelain. In fact, these vessels have a more masculine look than the typical flowery wedding presents of yore - sometime in the mid-century, Wedgwood created this decidedly modernist pattern - a super-graph black and white design.
3.5", 5"

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