These pieces included the Filigree, Broseley, Botanical and Willow patterns.
Master potter Josiah Wedgwood created two sets for the Empress, the "Husk" service and the "Frog" service.
The Husk service had a pink pattern with flower sprays and festoon borders.
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Getting back to Messrs Wedgwood: In case any visitors looking for help with the real Josiah Wedgwood pottery marks find this page, I will list the dating marks: With Wedgwood marks you can pin-point to a certain month. The last letter depicts the year of manufacture: O - 1860P - 1861Q -1862R - 1863S - 1864T - 1865U - 1866V - 1867W -1868X - 1869Y - 1870Z - 1871A -1872B - 1873C - 1874D -1875E -1876F - 1877G - 1878H -1879I - 1880J - 1881K - 1882L - 1883M - 1884N - 1885From 1886 -1897 The date letters 'O' to 'Z' are repeated and from 1891 the words 'ENGLAND' should appear on the piece.
From 1898 To 1906 the letters used from 1872 to 1880 re-occur (A - I) But England should appear on the piece. Wedgwood," but wanted to know from about what year it would be.
From 1906, the sequence was continued, but the number '3' replaces the first letter, and from 1924, a '4' replaces the '3'. I don' reparto de t con las valuaciones dentro de esta sección - que está sobre la identificación de la marca de la cerámica. I don't seem to be able to find this specific pattern on Wedgwood china page. What a nice pitcher jug you have by the way - 17cm is about 6.5 inches - just right for filling with milk for the family breakfast table (my mother hated bottles or cartons on the table! If any wares have '& CO' in the pottery mark or stamp then it does not belong to Josiah Wedgwood but to Wedgwood & Co.It's marked in the bottom with Wedgwood & Co Ltd, and then it looks like it says Englake, Viking. The Wedgwood & Co pottery, founded 1860 (became a "Limited Company" in 1900) by Enoch Wedgwood of Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. Susanne====================================Reply by Peter (admin)To:- Pottery Mark Alert! Wedgwood - Old Milk Pot Query:-Hi Susanne Many thanks for your query, and welcome from wonderful Copenhagen! Yours is a great question because it flags up a difficult area for new collectors.He was a distant relation of the 'other' more famous side of the family.Ultimately the firm became known as "Unicorn Potteries".