JOHN WESLEY WEDGWOOD TEAPOT CHINA ENGLAND NUMBERED
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Sold Date: 12/12/2008
Channel: Online Auction
JOHN WESLEY WEDGWOOD TEAPOT
INSCRIPTIONS ONE ON EACH SIDE:
We thank thee Lord for this our food
Be and everyw ador'd
These creatures blefs & grant that we
May feast in Paradice with thee This teapot is a nineteenth century reproduction of the famous teapot presented to John Wesley by Josiah Wedgwood in 1761. The original teapot is preserved in Wesley's house on Chapel Road, London. Rev. John Cennick wrote the inscribed "Wesley Graces". The teapot's design is said to have been copied from Wedgwood's wife's apron and is called "Calico" or "Wesley Wedgwood".
T is a slight crack on lid see pic 5
slight chip on spout see pic 6 (not really visibile)
measures approximately 9" tall
so graceful in its lines
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