Josiah Wedgwood Jasperware Blue Beads Necklace. Georgian. Very Rare. 1780's
OFERING FOR SALE by JOSIAH WEDGWOOD (1730-95) for manufacturers by WEDGWOOD JASPPERWARE, Britain 1800 - 1820s. RARE WEDGWOOD Blue and white Jasperware bead necklace witch was developed by Josiah Wedgewood a type of ceramic in the 1770's. Necklace have matte finish as known as Wedgewood blue. Necklace consisting 29 beads, each with applied white relief of stiff leaf borders and banded star center. Also Jasperware beads separate by 28 mothers of pearls beads.
(See this sample at the pictures). Necklace in very good antique condition, No visible damages. Diameter of the bead : 1/2 inches. This is very rare item!!!!!!!!! Recently I found online at 1st DIBS similar earnings by Josiah Wedgewood.
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Perfect condition and we may Not describe every little scratch. The dementions and weight of the item shown always should be treated as approximate.+ I accept Pay Pal only from U. For all other personal check Banker's draft. This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Vintage & Antique Jewelry\Necklaces & Pendants". The seller is "antiquecorner" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Antique: Yes
- Shape: Round
- Main Stone Color: Blue
- Metal: gold
- Item Length: 23 in
- Secondary Stone: No Stone, ceramic
- Jewelry Department: Fashion
- Vintage: Yes
- Main Stone Treatment: Heated & Pressure Treated
- Department: Women
- Style: Beaded
- Base Metal: ceramic
- Handmade: Yes
- Color: Wedgewood Blue
- Material: Ceramic
- Brand: necklace
- Type: Necklace
- Metal Purity: Unknown
- Era: Georgian (Pre-1837)
- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Country of Origin: England