Wedgwood Early 19th C. Drabware Dessert Service with Gold Trim

Wedgwood Early 19th C. Drabware Dessert Service with Gold Trim

This is a superb, complete Wedgwood "drabware" botanical dessert service consisting of 14 round geranium dessert plates, 2 shaped-rim geranium serving plates, 4 rare elongated fern-leaf bowls, 2 rectangular serving pieces, 2 oval leaf shaped bowls, and the "piece de resistance", a footed centerpiece or fruit bowl on matching under plate. This service dates to the 1830's and is in unbelievable, museum quality condition. The gold trim adds a subtle glow to the set, setting off the raised, molded veins defining each leaf. 28 pieces in the set all in excellent condition save one leaf plates with minor under rim chip.

14 Round Geranium Dessert Plates, 8" diameter
2 Shaped-Rim Geranium Serving Plates, 8.5" diameter
4 Rare Elongated Fern-Leaf Bowls, 11" diameter x 6" height
2 Rectangular Serving Pieces, 10" length x 9" width
2 Oval Leaf Plates, 12.5" length x 8" width
Footed Centerpiece, 7.5" diameter x 13" height
Centerpiece Underplate, 14" length x 7.5" width
Item #: 2752
Price: $32,000

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