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Q: I was given a Wedgwood soup tureen. It has two handles, a lid and an underplate. It’s marked “Imperial Porcelain” with a crown and “Wedgwood & Co., England.” Before I use it as a pot for plants, I’d like to know if it’s worth anything?


A: This tureen was not made by the Wedgwood company established by Josiah Wedgwood in 1759. It was made by Wedgwood & Co. (Ltd) of Tunstall, England, which was in business from about 1860 to 1965, when it became Enoch Wedgwood (Tunstall) Ltd. This mark was first used about 1906. Your tureen is worth $25.

Imperial Porcelain Wedgewood England


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