Wedgwood Patrician Bognor Creamer

Wedgwood Patrician Bognor Creamer
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Vintage From Paul is delighted to offer this classic Wedgwood Patrician Bognor Creamer.

The origins of Wedgwood Creamware date back to 1765, when Queen Charlotte of Great Britain, the wife of King George III, appointed Josiah Wedgwood to the official post of "potter to Her Majesty Queen Charlotte" and permitted him to name his creamy earthenware "Queen's Ware."

The graceful style of the Patrician Collection continues Josiah Wedgwood's enterprising vision of beauty and practicality. Suitable for formal dining or for everyday use, the wide rims feature an elegant raised pattern... Microwave- and dishwasher-safe. Made in England.

The Wedgwood Bognor Patrician pattern  is from the early 1900's (up to 1930's). The creamer is hand painted in a floral motif of varying designs in cornflower blue, pale yellow, russet red, and grass green on a cream background.

Each of the Wedgwood Patrician Bognor Creamer is in Pristine Condition with no chips, cracks, scratches or other defects noted.

The Wedgwood Patrician Bognor Creamer stands 3-3/4 inches in height and it has a seven fluid ounce capacity.

The Wedgwood Patrician Bognor Creamer is hallmarked with "Wedgwood Etruria England, AK8120". There is also have incised "Wedgwood, England"

We ship the day after payment is received using Insured Priority Mail with Delivery Confirmation. Parcels are generally received in 2-3 days depending on your location.

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