Enoch Wedgwood Blue and White Transferware Mini Plate, Sailor, England
Enoch Wedgwood (Tunstall) Ltd. Blue and White Profession Transferware Mini Plate, Sailor Figure Seated On A Chair At A Table Having A Drink, England, Founded In 1860.
Enoch Wedgwood (1813-1879) was an English potter, founder in 1860 of the pottery firm Wedgwood & Co of Tunstall, Stoke-on Trent He was a distant cousin of the famous potter Josiah Wedgwood, of Josiah Wedgwood & Sons but their two businesses were separate concerns.
Wedgwood married Jane Mattinson (1814-1880) in 1837. They had four children, one of whom died in infancy:
- Edmund Mattinson Wedgwood (1840-1904), potter.
- Charlotte (1843-?)
- Alfred Joseph Wedgwood (1845-1846) died in infancy.
- Alfred Enoch Wedgwood (1850-1894), potter.
Wedgwood & Co was renamed Enoch Wedgwood (Tunstall) Ltd in 1965 and in 1980 it was taken over by Josiah Wedgwood & Sons, who renamed it Unicorn Pottery.
Item Code - CER9C3141WCA
Width: 4 1/4" Height: 4 1/4" Depth: 5/8" Weight: 79 g
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