Wedgwood Lady Templeton Green and White Jasper-Dip Coffee Pot

  • Crafted by Wedgwood, this soft green coffee pot features scenes of a mother and children in relief
  • The lid and base are decorated with a rare striped motif making this piece incredibly valuable
  • Lady Templeton, cousin to Queen Charlotte, collaborated on the relief scenes depicting domestic life
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Item No. 31-0229

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This soft green and white coffee pot by Wedgwood features the rare and highly prized applied relief work of Lady Templeton, the only woman to ever directly collaborate with the creative and business genius Josiah Wedgwood. Exhibiting the dry “biscuit” finish characteristic to the English pottery firm, this beautiful coffee pot’s base and lid are ornamented with a motif of bold, cut-out white stripes — a very rare detail to find on Wedgwood pieces, making this one all the more rare. Cousin to Queen Charlotte, Lady Templeton specialized in providing a genteel feminine perspective to Wedgwood designs. Lady Templeton’s creative fingerprint is found in Wedgwood pieces featuring domestic scenes illustrating the mundane lives of women. This coffee pot’s applied relief comes directly from Lady Templeton’s Domestic Employment depicting a mother’s everyday tasks of caring for her brood of children.

Late 18th century

Stamped "WEDGWOOD"

6 3/4" wide x 5 1/4" deep x 9" high

Provenance: The Starr Collection. 
Wedgwood Lady Templeton Green and White Jasper-Dip Coffee Pot
Maker: Wedgwood
Period: 18th Century
Origin: England
Type: Tea & Coffee Pots/Services
Depth: 5.25 Inches
Width: 6.75 Inches
Height: 9.0 Inches
Style: Jasperware

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