2 Rare Wedgwood Etruria Basketweave Creamware Low Bowls

This is another nice example of antique English Wedgwood, 1930s vintage, in this case a rare original set of two matching creamware low bowls in the basket weave pattern. The bowls each feature the powder blue porcelain strands interwoven with the creamy white lattice like stems that fan out from the center of the bowls, and the bases are each marked with the stamped name of the company in green, stating: WEDGWOOD ETRURIA ENGLAND, MADE IN ENGLAND, and also t is the incised number 10RP37 to the right of the stamped maker's name on each of the bowls.
The pieces each feature a decorative stylized basket pattern design to the interior bowl portions respectively, and each measures approximately 2 1/4" in height, about 9 1/4" across in diameter, and approx. 4 1/4" across at the narrowed base including the portion ringed with the coiled blue border surrounding the white base. They're in excellent condition throughout with great lustre to the porcelain finishes, showing only minor crazing to each of the bases, and t is no evidence of damage, nicks, cracks, or repair.
This is part of a series of unusual arts and crafts, art deco, and mid century modern art pottery pieces from Rookwood, Saturday Evening Girls, Marblehead, Fulper, Wedgwood, Weller, Catalina Island, North Dakota Mines, Royal Doulton, Rupert Deese, Robj Art Glass, California Faience, Nymolle, Majolica, Scandinavian Pottery, and so on, that I'll be listing over the next several weeks at whipplesbooks on ebay. Please email me with any questions, and I'll do my best to answer. I'm offering free parcel post shipping with full insurance coverage, for domestic shipments only, and although international bidders are welcome, please contact me for shipping charges and be prepared to either pay for insurance for the declared value of the item, or accept the loss or damage which may occur should you choose not to do so.

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