Wedgwood Tricolor Sauceboat

  • This exquisite sauceboat is crafted of tricolor jasperware, one of Wedgwood's rarest creations
  • It displays a beautifully woven pattern of white bamboo with cane-yellow strapwork on sage green
  • Tricolor jasperware was introduced by the firm in 1786, and is highly collectible today
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Item No. 31-4255

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This exquisite Wedgwood sauceboat is crafted of tricolor jasperware, one of the firm's rarest creations. The sauceboat's classic form displays a beautifully woven pattern of white bamboo interlaced with cane-yellow strapwork reserved on sage green. The woven effect is exquisitely textured and highly realistic, enhanced by a Vitruvian scroll band on the oval foot. A study in timeless design, this rare jasperware encapsulates Wedgwood's genius for innovation and artistry. The lavish appearance of tricolor jasperware not only displays remarkable creativity on Wedgwood's part, but a high level of craftsmanship previously unseen. Tricolor jasperware was introduced by the firm in 1786 and is eagerly sought after by collectors today.

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Circa 1790

9 3/4“ wide x 4 1/2" deep x 4 5/8” high
Wedgwood Tricolor Sauceboat
Maker: Wedgwood
Period: 18th Century
Origin: England
Type: Other
Depth: 4.5 Inches
Width: 9.75 Inches
Height: 4.63 Inches
Style: Jasperware

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