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2003, Number 19

Published August 2006

©2006 by The Wedgwood Society of New York, ISSN 1043-3317

  • President's Letter
  • Staffordshire Figures and Aspects of the English Landscape, Part 1, The Rural Landscape: Dovecotes, Bocages, Meadows, and Seasons
    by Robert Harrison
  • What the Butler Sold by John Sandon
  • From the U & OW Price Book: More Light on Wedgwood's Pie Dishes by David M. Pendergast
  • A View of a Pottery in South Amboy, New Jersey in 1832 by Mollie Hosking
Cover Image

On the cover: A Wedgwood cup and saucer commemorating the jubilee of King George III in 1810. To mark the jubilee, Wedgwood took one of their standard Japan patterns and added a border of the Order of the Garter, and, in small reserved panels, portrait heads of George III as a Roman emperor. An extensive service remains in the hands of one of the king's descendents, however, some pieces have found their way into private hands. John Sandon explores pottery and porcelain of royal origin but not in royal collections in "What the Butler Sold" beginning on page 24. Sandon collection.

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