All About Wedgwood Agincourt Green
Brand: Wedgwood Pattern: Agincourt Green Pattern #: R4471
Manufacturer Status: Discontinued In Production: 1971-1987
Description: Platinum trim, light green border, white background
Dishwashing Method: Handwash Secondary Market Value: Strong Best Uses: Formal dining, goes well with Josair Empire crystal
This Agincourt Green pattern was manufactured for sixteen years by the Wedgwood China company, based in England. The discontinued Wedgwood Agincourt Green china pattern is a light looking pattern that is very pleasing to look at with its light green border, with a platinum trim & a elegant & subtle floral bouquet in the center & all around the rim of the Wedgwood Agincourt Green pattern. There is a another pattern with a very similar name to the Agincourt Green pattern called Wedgwood Agincourt Blue which looks similar besides for the lighter coloring on the Agincourt Green pattern. As Wedgwood does with many patterns when naming them, they used the name of an historical location for the Agincourt Green pattern & the Wedgwood Runnymede Blue pattern among others. The name Agincourt comes from a town in northern France called Azincourt which is where a major battle between England & France occurred & was called the battle of Agincourt.
Our favorite Wedgwood Agincourt Green pieces are the dinner plate as well as the sugar bowl.