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Upon Mayer’s death this collection was bequeathed to Liverpool Museum where they remained until being exchanged for twenty-five pieces of Wedgwood ware from the Etruria Museum in 1924.The third, the 'Mosely Collection', takes its name from Mrs William Mosely, a great-great-granddaughter of Josiah Wedgwood, who donated the material.We urge customers to check the dimensions listed in the product description to ensure that the item(s) is/are suitable for their intended purpose.Items purchased in error create unnecessary financial losses for Legacy Antiques and Collectibles Ltd, which is an independent business.The museum's manuscript archive consists of four major collections, the oldest being the 'Etruria Collection' which consists of a large number of Josiah I's personal correspondence.The second, referred to as the 'Liverpool Collection', was originally purchased by Joseph Mayer, the Liverpool antiquarian, after having been disposed of by the Wedgwood Company on the death of Josiah Wedgwood II in 1843.Sterling silver four-piece tea set, marked "Gorham", wood handles, marked "3180", approximate weight 45.58 oz t. Haddock, Boston, Pure Silver Coin", engraved in a repousse wreath of acorns and oak leaves, "Priscilla Wyer, 1852", beaded rope on lip, collar and footed base, approximate weight 17.82 oz t, 11 1/2" h.Sterling silver matching creamer and sugar, 3" h, with repousse band of putti and grapes, monogrammed "AGC", signed "Tiffany & Co."; along with a sugar cube tong, 4" l, with claw grasp, also signed "Tiffany & Co.", (raised roses pattern), approximate weight 9.7 oz t. coin silver creamer and sugar with lid, 8" h, with fruit bowl shaped finial, raised band of acanthus leaf around shoulder and base, monogrammed "E", signed on base "Easton & Sanford, Pure Coin", approximate weight 17.4 oz t. American banjo clock, face signed "Waltham", reverse glass painted throat with Liberty holding a hat, and bottom panel "Battle of Lake Erie", acorn base, some rope work around bottom missing, other minor imperfections, 41" l, 10 1/2" w.
Sterling silver to include two trumpet shaped vases, two cups (dated), and a muffineer, marked "Wallace", approximate weight 5.0 oz t. rectangular, porcelain, Capodimonte lidded container, rimmed with decorated brass hinges, raised winged cherubs with musical instruments on front sides and back, and hand-painted Grecian scene of a goddess in a dove drawn chariot on waves, and gods manufacturing armor on the right, marked "N" below a crown, 3 1/2" h, 9 1/2" l, 4" d. tall elegant seven-branch silver plated candelabra, with central candle holder, 27 1/2" h, cylindrical tapered shaft terminating in acanthus leaf on a footed shell and leaf base, Sheffield (unmarked).
made possible through the generous support of English Heritage and the dedicated work of volunteers.
The goal is open to up swathes of the museums manuscript archive, making it publicly accessible on the Wedgwood museum’s website.
January, February, April, September, October, November and December are always show by their first letter. The word ENGLAND was added to the piece between 18.
This was replaced with MADE IN ENGLAND after 1910, the year that general majolica manufacture ceased at Wedgwood.