top of page

• Stunning rare antique Wedgwood hand painted dinner set in the "Indian" pattern, richly painted  in shades of cobalt, orange, saffron, brown and green. 

• Intricate transfer printed earthenware with exotic traditional Indian motifs of paisley and tree's of life, circling a centre medallion ,  perfect in scale and placement achieving a unified surface pattern.

Attributed to the very fashionable bohemian "aesthetic movement" in the late 1800's  influenced by the likes of Christopher Dresser  and his obsession with traditional motifs of Japan and India 

• The back markings on this  set indicate the set was made in 1899, by  Wedgwood staffordshire England

• The set consists of :

• 8 x Dinner plates measuring 10 3/8"

• 2 x Round salad/ dessert Plates  measuring  8 1/4"

• 3x Octagon plates measuring 8 1/4"

• 1x octagon plate measuring 6 3/4"

• 1x octagon bowl measuring 4 1/2" x 2 1/2" deep

• Total of 15 pieces

• There is one of this pattern plates in the Metropolitan Museum


19th Century Wedgwood Dinner Set

    bottom of page