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Cauliflower teapot, Wedgwood Factory

Image attached to C.5 & A-1951

An image of Tea pot moulded to resemble a cauliflower. Wedgwood, Josiah, probably (English 1730-1795). Cream earthenware, press-moulded, slip-cast, and decorated with dark green and cream lead glazes, height 11.8 cm, width 17 cm, circa 1759-1766. Staffordshire, England.

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Tea pot moulded to resemble a cauliflower. Wedgwood, Josiah, probably (English 1730-1795). Cream earthenware, press-moulded, slip-cast, and decorated with dark green and cream lead glazes, height 11.8 cm, width 17 cm, circa 1759-1766. Staffordshire, England.

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  • Accession Number: C.5 & A-1951
  • Photograph copyright © The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.
  • Photographer name: Andrew Norman
  • Image height: 802 pixels
  • Image width: 1024 pixels
  • Processed with: Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5.4 (Windows)
  • Filesize: 796.71kB

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