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Zoom Vintage | Light Academia Wedgwood Set
Zoom Vintage | Light Academia Wedgwood Set
Zoom Vintage | Light Academia Wedgwood Set
Zoom Vintage | Light Academia Wedgwood Set
Zoom Vintage | Light Academia Wedgwood Set

Vintage | Light Academia Wedgwood Set

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A magical genuine 1970s Wedgwood mini trinket dish & mini vase set for your dresser, featuring beautiful relief detailing. These pieces depict Aurora on a Chariot & Cherubs. Plate shows light signs of wear.

 

"Eos (also known by her Roman name Aurora) is the Greek goddess of the Dawn in Greek mythology. A sister of Selene (Moon) and Helios (Sun) Her primary role in Greek mythology was to rid the world of the darkness of night, and to announce the imminent arrival of Helios, the Sun. She is known as the bringer of light"

 

Jasperware is a distinct type of pottery first developed by Josiah Wedgwood in 1770s England, with a matte, slightly textured finish, and most commonly found in the famous 'Wedgwood Blue' pale blue colour. These pieces remain popular and very collectible to this day. Stamped Wedgwood Made in England 1973.

 

Condition
Good
Light markings on the trinket dish

 

Sizing
Vase - 8.5cm x 8.5cm
Trinket Dish - 11cm x 11cm

 

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