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British, Staffordshire
ca. 1820–30
Léon Victor Solon
ca. 1893
Wedgwood and Bentley
ca. 1776–80
Josiah Wedgwood and Sons
1780–90
British, Staffordshire
ca. 1760
British, Staffordshire
ca. 1760–1800
British, Staffordshire
ca. 1755
British, Staffordshire
ca. 1750–55
British, Staffordshire
ca. 1760–65
British, Staffordshire
ca. 1745
British, Staffordshire
ca. 1745
British, Staffordshire
ca. 1745
British, Staffordshire
ca. 1760–65
Longton Hall
ca. 1755–1757
Wedgwood and Bentley
ca. 1779–80
Thomas Whieldon
ca. 1760–65
Josiah Wedgwood and Sons
ca. 1774
Josiah Wedgwood
ca. 1787
Ralph Toft
1677
Joseph Nollekens
1800–1810
Ralph Wood the Younger
ca. 1780–90
British, Etruria, Staffordshire
late 18th century
Josiah Wedgwood and Sons
late 18th century
Thomas Whieldon factory, Stoke-on-Trent, Fenton Vivian, Staffordshire
ca. 1750
Josiah Wedgwood and Sons
1785–90
Neale & Co.
ca. 1780
Neale & Co.
ca. 1780
Neale & Co.
ca. 1780
Neale & Co.
ca. 1780
John Astbury
ca. 1745
Whieldon type
ca. 1750
William Littler
ca. 1750
Enoch Wood
ca. 1787
British, Burslem, Staffordshire
ca. 1800
Ralph Wood the Younger
ca. 1780
Ralph Wood the Younger
ca. 1770–80
Ralph Wood the Elder
ca. 1770–80
Ralph Wood the Younger
ca. 1780
Ralph Wood the Younger
ca. 1770–80
Ralph Wood the Younger
ca. 1780