Images

    • An 18th century view of the relics of classical antiquity
    • An 18th century view of the relics of classical antiquity

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    • An illustration from Robert Adam's 'Works in Architecture' (1773) showing classical columns to be
    • An illustration from Robert Adam's 'Works in Architecture' (1773) showing classical columns to be

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    • Decorative elements from classical antiquity, as surviving in the 18th century, © Wedgwood Museum
    • Decorative elements from classical antiquity, as surviving in the 18th century
      © Wedgwood Museum

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    • An illustration from an 18th century design manual showing the 'Chinese' forms favoured in chinois
    • An illustration from an 18th century design manual showing the 'Chinese' forms favoured in chinois

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    • A page from an 18th century design manual illustrating the naturalistic forms and swags favoured in
    • A page from an 18th century design manual illustrating the naturalistic forms and swags favoured in

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    • A Wedgwood creamware vase, c. 1765, with naturalistic decoration and swags, typical of rococo decora
    • A Wedgwood creamware vase, c. 1765, with naturalistic decoration and swags, typical of rococo decora

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    • Queen's ware teapot, made by Wedgwood c. 1775, painted with figures to appeal to the fashion for Ch
    • Queen's ware teapot, made by Wedgwood c. 1775, painted with figures to appeal to the fashion for Ch

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    • The title page from d'Hancarville's publication of Sir William Hamilton's vase collection
    • The title page from d'Hancarville's publication of Sir William Hamilton's vase collection

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    • Black basalt vase with encaustic enamelling, made in the 1780s by Wedgwood to satisfy the market for
    • Black basalt vase with encaustic enamelling, made in the 1780s by Wedgwood to satisfy the market for

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    • Tourists participating in the opening of an antique tomb in Italy, an illustration from d'Hancarvil
    • Tourists participating in the opening of an antique tomb in Italy, an illustration from d'Hancarvil

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    • Sir William Hamilton, Wedgwood portrait medallion, c.1779, pale blue jasper with dark blue dip. Original model attributed to Joachim Smith, © Wedgwood Museum
    • Sir William Hamilton, Wedgwood portrait medallion, c.1779, pale blue jasper with dark blue dip. Original model attributed to Joachim Smith
      © Wedgwood Museum

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    • A building by Robert Adam, demonstrating neo-classical features
    • A building by Robert Adam, demonstrating neo-classical features

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    • London's Adelphi, designed by the Adam brothers
    • London's Adelphi, designed by the Adam brothers

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    • Wedgwood Devonshire garden pots shaped like barrels, c.1785. Josiah named them for the Duchess, hopi
    • Wedgwood Devonshire garden pots shaped like barrels, c.1785. Josiah named them for the Duchess, hopi

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    • Plant holder, called a myrtle pan, made of white terra cotta with a dark brown slip, c.1785
    • Plant holder, called a myrtle pan, made of white terra cotta with a dark brown slip, c.1785

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    • Marbled bulb pot
    • Marbled bulb pot

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    • A pair of D-shaped bulb pots, sponged to imitate porphyry, 1780–85
    • A pair of D-shaped bulb pots, sponged to imitate porphyry, 1780–85

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    • Two square pedestal bulb pots in jasper, c.1785
    • Two square pedestal bulb pots in jasper, c.1785

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    • Caneware hyacinth bulb pot made to satisfy the taste for Chinoiserie. This style was available to ho
    • Caneware hyacinth bulb pot made to satisfy the taste for Chinoiserie. This style was available to ho

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    • Bulb pot in the form of a hedgehog, created especially for crocus and snowdrops. These were made fro
    • Bulb pot in the form of a hedgehog, created especially for crocus and snowdrops. These were made fro

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    • White jasper architectural plaque or tablet with five figures from the Muses, Terpsicore, Melpomene, Calliope, Thalia and Urania, attributed to John Flaxman Jr, c.1778
    • White jasper architectural plaque or tablet with five figures from the Muses, Terpsicore, Melpomene, Calliope, Thalia and Urania, attributed to John Flaxman Jr, c.1778

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    • A neo-classical interior with fireplace - a typical design by Robert Adam
    • A neo-classical interior with fireplace - a typical design by Robert Adam

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    • Flat, linear compositions like this became fashionable among artists, inspired by Greek vase paintin, © Wedgwood Museum
    • Flat, linear compositions like this became fashionable among artists, inspired by Greek vase paintin
      © Wedgwood Museum

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    • Flat, linear compositions like this became fashionable among artists, inspired by Greek vase paintin, © Wedgwood Museum
    • Flat, linear compositions like this became fashionable among artists, inspired by Greek vase paintin
      © Wedgwood Museum

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    • Sir William Chambers, portrait by Sir Joshua Reynolds, ©  Royal Academy of Arts, London
    • Sir William Chambers, portrait by Sir Joshua Reynolds
      © Royal Academy of Arts, London

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    • Wooden block mould for a giffin candlestick, probably by John Coward; remodelled for production by W, © Wedgwood Museum
    • Wooden block mould for a giffin candlestick, probably by John Coward; remodelled for production by W
      © Wedgwood Museum

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    • The Michaelangelo lamp, c.1785, produced by Wedgwood in black basalt. The three supporting figures w, © Wedgwood Museum
    • The Michaelangelo lamp, c.1785, produced by Wedgwood in black basalt. The three supporting figures w
      © Wedgwood Museum

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    • Drawing of a candlestick with a triton holding a conch shell in the Wedgwood factory book. It was de, © Wedgwood Museum
    • Drawing of a candlestick with a triton holding a conch shell in the Wedgwood factory book. It was de
      © Wedgwood Museum

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    • Biscuit version of the triton candlestick
    • Biscuit version of the triton candlestick

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    • James 'Athenian' Stuart, portrait medallion by Wedgwood, in white jasper, green dip, with white relief, 1785, © Wedgwood Museum
    • James 'Athenian' Stuart, portrait medallion by Wedgwood, in white jasper, green dip, with white relief, 1785
      © Wedgwood Museum

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    • Josiah Wedgwood's medallion, probably made to be set into the top of boxes containing pyrometers, d
    • Josiah Wedgwood's medallion, probably made to be set into the top of boxes containing pyrometers, d

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    • A section of an Adam architectural design
    • A section of an Adam architectural design

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    • Joseph Wright of Derby presented his View of Dovedale in Derbyshire, painted in 1787, to Josiah Wedg, © Wedgwood Museum
    • Joseph Wright of Derby presented his View of Dovedale in Derbyshire, painted in 1787, to Josiah Wedg
      © Wedgwood Museum

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    • Chess pieces by John Flaxman Jr, A pen, ink and wash drawing, c.1785, © Wedgwood Museum
    • Chess pieces by John Flaxman Jr, A pen, ink and wash drawing, c.1785
      © Wedgwood Museum

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    • John Flaxman Jr, portrait by John Jackson; early 19th century, © Wedgwood Museum
    • John Flaxman Jr, portrait by John Jackson; early 19th century
      © Wedgwood Museum

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    • Matthew Boulton's innovatory Soho factory, © Wedgwood Museum
    • Matthew Boulton's innovatory Soho factory
      © Wedgwood Museum

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    • Wedgwood's Etruria factory, inspired by Boulton's Soho works, © Wedgwood Museum
    • Wedgwood's Etruria factory, inspired by Boulton's Soho works
      © Wedgwood Museum

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    • A cut glass candelabra with a Wedgwood jasper drum, mounted in ormolu as produced by Boulton, c.1790
    • A cut glass candelabra with a Wedgwood jasper drum, mounted in ormolu as produced by Boulton, c.1790

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    • Adam designed interiors down to the last detail and Wedgwood produced plaques to embellish his schem
    • Adam designed interiors down to the last detail and Wedgwood produced plaques to embellish his schem

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    • Sir William Hamilton, Portrait medallion by Wedgwood, c. 1779. Pale blue jasper with dark blue dip, original model attributed to Joachim Smith, 1772, © Wedgwood Museum
    • Sir William Hamilton, Portrait medallion by Wedgwood, c. 1779. Pale blue jasper with dark blue dip, original model attributed to Joachim Smith, 1772
      © Wedgwood Museum

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    • Dedication page from d'Hancarville's publication of Sir William Hamilton's vase collection, © Wedgwood Museum
    • Dedication page from d'Hancarville's publication of Sir William Hamilton's vase collection
      © Wedgwood Museum

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    • Classical vase, part of Hamilton's collection, which Wedgwood sought to imitate with his encaustic , © Wedgwood Museum
    • Classical vase, part of Hamilton's collection, which Wedgwood sought to imitate with his encaustic
      © Wedgwood Museum

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    • Thomas Hope was a subscriber to the first edition of the Portland Vase, made in 1793. His copy, cons
    • Thomas Hope was a subscriber to the first edition of the Portland Vase, made in 1793. His copy, cons

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    • Wedgwood jasper portrait medallion of Sir Joseph Banks, member of the Society of the Dilettanti
    • Wedgwood jasper portrait medallion of Sir Joseph Banks, member of the Society of the Dilettanti

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    • Wedgwood portrait medallion of Benjamin Franklin, 1777–80
    • Wedgwood portrait medallion of Benjamin Franklin, 1777–80

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    • Wedgwood portrait medallion of George Washington, 1777–80, modelled after a medal by Voltaire, struc
    • Wedgwood portrait medallion of George Washington, 1777–80, modelled after a medal by Voltaire, struc

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    • Dr Erasmus Darwin, portrait medallion by Wedgwood, c.1780, modelled by William Hackwood after a port, © Wedgwood Museum
    • Dr Erasmus Darwin, portrait medallion by Wedgwood, c.1780, modelled by William Hackwood after a port
      © Wedgwood Museum

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    • Wedgwood's canopic vase, presented to Darwin by Josiah. The vase's form was taken from an illustra
    • Wedgwood's canopic vase, presented to Darwin by Josiah. The vase's form was taken from an illustra

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    • Wedgwood portrait medallion of Linnaeus, c.1777
    • Wedgwood portrait medallion of Linnaeus, c.1777

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    • Shell-shaped sauce tureen, with lid and stand, c.1782, reflecting Josiah's interest in conchology
    • Shell-shaped sauce tureen, with lid and stand, c.1782, reflecting Josiah's interest in conchology

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    • Wedgwood factory book showing designs for shell-shaped wares
    • Wedgwood factory book showing designs for shell-shaped wares

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    • Dovedale in Derbyshire, favoured haunt of the Lunar Society members
    • Dovedale in Derbyshire, favoured haunt of the Lunar Society members

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    • Wedgwood portrait medallion of the Swedish botanist Dr Daniel Charles Solander, modelled by John Flaxman Jr ormolu frame by Matthew Boulton. c.1778
    • Wedgwood portrait medallion of the Swedish botanist Dr Daniel Charles Solander, modelled by John Flaxman Jr ormolu frame by Matthew Boulton. c.1778

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    • Medallion marking the French Revolution. France, holding a staff topped with a cap of liberty on the
    • Medallion marking the French Revolution. France, holding a staff topped with a cap of liberty on the

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    • The Sydney Cove medallion, the first versions of which were made from clay sent back by the first fl, modelled by William Hackwood after Henry Webber
    • The Sydney Cove medallion, the first versions of which were made from clay sent back by the first fl, modelled by William Hackwood after Henry Webber

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    • Wedgwood's anti-slavery medallion, a white terra cotta large-size version with an integral black ba
    • Wedgwood's anti-slavery medallion, a white terra cotta large-size version with an integral black ba

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    • Pen and ink drawing of the water ewer, described as Sacred to Neptune, by John Flaxman Sr. Invoiced
    • Pen and ink drawing of the water ewer, described as Sacred to Neptune, by John Flaxman Sr. Invoiced

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    • Black basalt water ewer, Sacred to Bacchus, 1778–80. After John Flaxman Sr
    • Black basalt water ewer, Sacred to Bacchus, 1778–80. After John Flaxman Sr

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    • The Apotheosis of Homer vase, c. 1790
    • The Apotheosis of Homer vase, c. 1790

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    • Plaque depicting the Apotheosis of Homer, made of solid blue jasper with white reliefs, designed by John Flaxman Jr, 1779–80
    • Plaque depicting the Apotheosis of Homer, made of solid blue jasper with white reliefs, designed by John Flaxman Jr, 1779–80

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    • The Apotheosis of Homer vase, as drawn in the Wedgwood factory book
    • The Apotheosis of Homer vase, as drawn in the Wedgwood factory book

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    • Dancing Hours plaque, adapted from an Italian marble chimneypiece then at Moor Park in Hertfordshire, now in the Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight. Made of solid pale blue jasper with a darker blue surface wash, with white relief figures. Attributed to John Flaxman Jr, 1778–80
    • Dancing Hours plaque, adapted from an Italian marble chimneypiece then at Moor Park in Hertfordshire, now in the Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight. Made of solid pale blue jasper with a darker blue surface wash, with white relief figures. Attributed to John Flaxman Jr, 1778–80

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    • Dancing Hours plaque, adapted from an Italian marble chimneypiece then at Moor Park in Hertfordshire, now in the Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight. Made of solid pale blue jasper with a darker blue surface wash, with white relief figures. Attributed to John Flaxman Jr, 1778–80
    • Dancing Hours plaque, adapted from an Italian marble chimneypiece then at Moor Park in Hertfordshire, now in the Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight. Made of solid pale blue jasper with a darker blue surface wash, with white relief figures. Attributed to John Flaxman Jr, 1778–80

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    • A pair of drum-shaped salt cellars, decorated with the Dancing Hours motif. White jasper, pale blue surface dip with white relief figures and lapidary polished interiors. 1786–90
    • A pair of drum-shaped salt cellars, decorated with the Dancing Hours motif. White jasper, pale blue surface dip with white relief figures and lapidary polished interiors. 1786–90

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    • A black basalt engine-turned rum kettle with bail handle, its body ornamented with relief figures of
    • A black basalt engine-turned rum kettle with bail handle, its body ornamented with relief figures of

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    • A jasper ruined column vase, reflecting the Grand Tourists' passion for reminders of the classical
    • A jasper ruined column vase, reflecting the Grand Tourists' passion for reminders of the classical

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    • Wax model for The Feast of the Gods, after a bronze by della Porta. The plaque was in production by
    • Wax model for The Feast of the Gods, after a bronze by della Porta. The plaque was in production by

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    • Wax model of a reclining infant, after a set by Della Robbia. The wax was produced c. 1785; figures
    • Wax model of a reclining infant, after a set by Della Robbia. The wax was produced c. 1785; figures

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    • Wax classical heads on white glass, James Tassie, c.1769
    • Wax classical heads on white glass, James Tassie, c.1769

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    • Wax on slate, modelled by John Flaxman Jr in 1782 in response to Josiah's request  for 'some group
    • Wax on slate, modelled by John Flaxman Jr in 1782 in response to Josiah's request for 'some group

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    • Wax on slate, modelled by John Flaxman Jr in 1786–7 to mark the Commercial Trade Treaty between Engl
    • Wax on slate, modelled by John Flaxman Jr in 1786–7 to mark the Commercial Trade Treaty between Engl

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    • Black basalt plaque depicting the Feast of the Gods with traces of original gilding. After bas relie
    • Black basalt plaque depicting the Feast of the Gods with traces of original gilding. After bas relie

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    • White stoneware plaque with classical figure
    • White stoneware plaque with classical figure

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    • The Young Seamstress plaque, from Lady Templetown's designs Domestic Employment, modelled by Hackwo
    • The Young Seamstress plaque, from Lady Templetown's designs Domestic Employment, modelled by Hackwo

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    • Charlotte mourning at the Tomb of Werther. Biscuit plaque by Lady Templetown, modelled by Hackwood c
    • Charlotte mourning at the Tomb of Werther. Biscuit plaque by Lady Templetown, modelled by Hackwood c

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    • A typical neo-classical fireplace design, by Robert Adam
    • A typical neo-classical fireplace design, by Robert Adam

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    • A typical neo-classical interior design, by Robert Adam
    • A typical neo-classical interior design, by Robert Adam

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    • Cream-coloured earthenware vase with conical lid, decorated with rococo swags, lion's-head masks an, one of Josiah's early vases which were soon adapted to neo-classical styles.
    • Cream-coloured earthenware vase with conical lid, decorated with rococo swags, lion's-head masks an, one of Josiah's early vases which were soon adapted to neo-classical styles.

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    • Rosso antico vase with black ornament, showing the Procession of the Deities. Modelled in Rome, 1788
    • Rosso antico vase with black ornament, showing the Procession of the Deities. Modelled in Rome, 1788

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    • Porphyry vase with lid which could be reversed to use as a cassolette
    • Porphyry vase with lid which could be reversed to use as a cassolette

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    • Two-handled encaustic vase
    • Two-handled encaustic vase

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    • Plate from D'Hancarville's publication from which Wedgwood took his design
    • Plate from D'Hancarville's publication from which Wedgwood took his design

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    • The Portland Vase
    • The Portland Vase

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    • Side view of the vase
    • Side view of the vase

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    • Aquatint published in Hamilton's volume of engravings of the Barberini vase, commemorating his tran
    • Aquatint published in Hamilton's volume of engravings of the Barberini vase, commemorating his tran

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    • The sale catalogue of the Duchess of Portland's museum, depicting the vase
    • The sale catalogue of the Duchess of Portland's museum, depicting the vase

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    • Wax model on slate for the Portland Vase
    • Wax model on slate for the Portland Vase

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    • Wax model on slate for the Portland Vase
    • Wax model on slate for the Portland Vase

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    • Jasper trials for the Portland Vase
    • Jasper trials for the Portland Vase

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    • Plaster mould of the Portland Vase
    • Plaster mould of the Portland Vase

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    • A trial copy of the Portland Vase showing firing problems
    • A trial copy of the Portland Vase showing firing problems

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    • The circular jasper disc featuring the Phrygian cap from the base of the Portland Vase
    • The circular jasper disc featuring the Phrygian cap from the base of the Portland Vase

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    • The admission ticket to Josiah's exhibition of his Portland Vase, issued in April 1790
    • The admission ticket to Josiah's exhibition of his Portland Vase, issued in April 1790

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    • Shoe buckle with a jasper cameo of the Bourbonnais Shepherd in a cut steel mount
    • Shoe buckle with a jasper cameo of the Bourbonnais Shepherd in a cut steel mount

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    • Dress buckle with a jasper cameo of Poor Maria with her dog Sylvio, after a painting by Joseph Wrigh
    • Dress buckle with a jasper cameo of Poor Maria with her dog Sylvio, after a painting by Joseph Wrigh

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    • Jasper 'vase' teapot with scenes from Domestic Employment, 1787–95
    • Jasper 'vase' teapot with scenes from Domestic Employment, 1787–95

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    • Jasper teapot with the Young Seamstress from Domestic Employment
    • Jasper teapot with the Young Seamstress from Domestic Employment

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    • Brewster shape teapot, decorated with scenes from Domestic Employment
    • Brewster shape teapot, decorated with scenes from Domestic Employment

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    • The Dancing Hours plaques, 1778–80
    • The Dancing Hours plaques, 1778–80

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    • A jasper salt cellar with lapidary-polished interior, decorated with the Dancing Hours, 1786–90
    • A jasper salt cellar with lapidary-polished interior, decorated with the Dancing Hours, 1786–90

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    • The dining room at Monticello, showing the jasper tablets in the mantelpiece
    • The dining room at Monticello, showing the jasper tablets in the mantelpiece

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    • One of a pair of candlesticks representing Autumn and Winter, in green jasper. Modelling attributed
    • One of a pair of candlesticks representing Autumn and Winter, in green jasper. Modelling attributed

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    • Plaque depicting the Triumph of Bacchus, modelled by Hackwood in 1776
    • Plaque depicting the Triumph of Bacchus, modelled by Hackwood in 1776

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    • Bust of Mercury, modelled by Flaxman in 1781
    • Bust of Mercury, modelled by Flaxman in 1781

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    • Elizabeth, Lady Templetown, by John Downman, 1790
    • Elizabeth, Lady Templetown, by John Downman, 1790

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    • Coffee pot decorated with Domestic Employment, 1785–90
    • Coffee pot decorated with Domestic Employment, 1785–90

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    • Glass paste cameos by James Tassie, c.1769
    • Glass paste cameos by James Tassie, c.1769

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    • A Wedgwood jasper cameo, with a classical subject depicting Venus, mounted in an ormolu frame by Mat
    • A Wedgwood jasper cameo, with a classical subject depicting Venus, mounted in an ormolu frame by Mat

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    • A Wedgwood jasper cameo, probably by Lady Templetown, depicting a child mounted as a shoe buckle in
    • A Wedgwood jasper cameo, probably by Lady Templetown, depicting a child mounted as a shoe buckle in

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    • Red waxes depicting classical subjects, probably acquired on a Grand Tour, used by Wedgwood as a sou
    • Red waxes depicting classical subjects, probably acquired on a Grand Tour, used by Wedgwood as a sou

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    • Portrait medallion of Josiah Wedgwood. modelled by William Hackwood in 1782
    • Portrait medallion of Josiah Wedgwood. modelled by William Hackwood in 1782

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    • Portrait medallion of John Flaxman Jr, modelled by himself
    • Portrait medallion of John Flaxman Jr, modelled by himself

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    • Portrait medallion of Admiral Keppel, produced at speed to meet popular demand
    • Portrait medallion of Admiral Keppel, produced at speed to meet popular demand

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    • Neo-classical border pattern used on useful wares
    • Neo-classical border pattern used on useful wares

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    • Neo-classical border pattern used on useful wares
    • Neo-classical border pattern used on useful wares

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    • Cream tureen enamelled in red and white with pattern 42, the Etruscan design. Attributed to the mode
    • Cream tureen enamelled in red and white with pattern 42, the Etruscan design. Attributed to the mode

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    • Jug, part of a cabaret set, in black basalt with encaustic decoration of 'running anthemions', a stylised form of honeysuckle commonly used as neo-classical decoration on Wedgwood wares
    • Jug, part of a cabaret set, in black basalt with encaustic decoration of 'running anthemions', a stylised form of honeysuckle commonly used as neo-classical decoration on Wedgwood wares

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    • Flower vase with classical form
    • Flower vase with classical form

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    • Black basalt vase with handles terminating in human heads, 1785–95
    • Black basalt vase with handles terminating in human heads, 1785–95

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    • Teapot with encaustic decoration, with widow finial, 1780–85
    • Teapot with encaustic decoration, with widow finial, 1780–85

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    • The First Day's Vases
    • The First Day's Vases

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    • The illustration in D'Hancarville's catalogue from which the First Day's Vases were copied
    • The illustration in D'Hancarville's catalogue from which the First Day's Vases were copied

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    • The illustration in D'Hancarville's catalogue from which the First Day's Vases were copied
    • The illustration in D'Hancarville's catalogue from which the First Day's Vases were copied

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    • Jasper vase with snake handles, 1786–89
    • Jasper vase with snake handles, 1786–89

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    • Jasper vase with Etruscan scroll handles, c.1790
    • Jasper vase with Etruscan scroll handles, c.1790

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    • A tray of Wedgwood jasper trials, showing the range of colours he achieved
    • A tray of Wedgwood jasper trials, showing the range of colours he achieved

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    • Vase with scroll handles and pendant laurel swag, made of terra cotta stoneware with surface agate d
    • Vase with scroll handles and pendant laurel swag, made of terra cotta stoneware with surface agate d

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