Wedgwood Tricolor Diceware Bough Pots

  • These bough pots feature Wedgwood's highly desirable diceware motif
  • The combination of brilliant color and variated patterns lends these pieces a complex woven look
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Item No. 31-4254

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Crafted by Wedgwood, this pair of tricolor bough pots features a graphic design in the famed English porcelain firm’s highly desirable and rare diceware motif. Sage green quatrefoil stars against white porcelain squares alternate with brilliant blue squares in a checkered pattern, lending this piece a complex woven aesthetic. Tricolor jasperware was introduced by the firm in 1786, and diceware, with its precise pattern, was among the most complex versions of their tricolor pottery. The result is an exquisite blend of artistry and craftsmanship. Bough pots, meant to hold floral arrangements, were some of Wedgwood’s most popular items, and diceware versions like the present example are highly prized by collectors today.

Circa 1800

Stamped "Wedgwood / 3"

4 1/2" wide x 4 1/2" deep x 6 1/8" high

Skinner, Boston, October 9, 2015
Wedgwood Tricolor Diceware Bough Pots
Maker: Wedgwood
Period: 18th Century
Origin: England
Type: Vases/Urns
Depth: 4.5 Inches
Width: 4.5 Inches
Height: 6.13 Inches
Style: Blue and White

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