This glorious flow mulberry coffee pot is a treat on several counts, not the least of which is the fine ironstone construction and design of the pot with the Peruvian pattern by J Wedge Wood - not be confused with Josiah. The body flairs outward, cutting an impressive figure. Although there is regular crazing throughout, the condition of the pot is excellent. The underside is backstamped as noted, and also has a British Registry mark for the year 1875. However, Wedge Wood is known to have operated between 1841-60, meaning that we have misread the mark or discovered new evidence for longer activity for the manufacturer. However the style suggests 1850-60, and we stand by the authenticity of this fine flow mulberry coffee pot.
Finally we note that artifacts of the production process are visible on the underside. The blue webbing is residue from the transfer medium which wrapped to the underside of the pot. This piece is striking in many ways.
Dimension: 9" h