WEDGWOOD WIILIAMSBURG POTPOURRI CHINA - ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • What you need to know about the Wedgwood Williamsburg Potpourri pattern:

 

This Williamsburg Potpourri pattern was manufactured for 42 years (1956 – 1998) by the Wedgwood China company, based in England.  It has been discontinued for some time. It is one of their more colorful and popular Queensware patterns.  Queen's ware is a type of light white earthenware with a brilliant glaze developed from creamware by Josiah Wedgwood and named in honour of his patroness, Queen Charlotte.

 

This pattern has a number of products that were produced. Some to look for:

 

  • Dinner Plate (10 3/8”) Salad Plate (8 1/4”), Bread & Butter Plate (6 5/8”), Footed Cup & Saucer Set (2 7/8”)
  • Desert/Pie Plate (7 3/8”)
  • The Rim Soup Bowl comes in 2 sizes (8 1/8”) and Large (9 1/8”)
  • Coupe Cereal Bowl (6 1/4”) has 2 motifs: One flower or 3 flowers
  • Luncheon Plate (9 3/8”)
  • The Sugar Bowl comes in 3 Styles: Sugar Bowl & Lid (4 1/8”), Open Sugar Bowl (3”, 4 ½”w), Open Sugar Bowl (3”, 4” wide),   
  • Creamer (3 ¾”, 6 oz)
  • There are 4 sizes in Oval Serving Platter 11” 13”, 15” and 17”
  • 9” Oval Vegetable Bowl
  • Gravy Boat & Underplate and Gravy Boat with attached underplate
  • Salt & Pepper Sets
  • Soup Tureen & Lid
  • Covered Butter
  • Cheese Dish with Lid
  • Candlesticks

  

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