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Wedgwood® Blue Bud 6.25" Jasperware Vase - 440-405


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440-405 - Wedgwood® Blue Bud 6.25'' Jasperware Vase
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Wedgwood® Blue Bud 6.25" Jasperware Vase

A gem suitable for displaying your favorite bud. Created with the iconic motif of white relief on blue jasperware that Wedgwood is known for, the vase features a classic angelic Greek scene. Beautiful on its own, the vase is also perfectly sized to display a single or a variety of flowers.

About Jasperware:
The most famous and prized of all Josiah Wedgwood's inventions is jasperware, which has been produced for more than 200 years. Available in a variety of colors, the unglazed vitreous body of jasperware provides the perfect background for various classic scenes in bas-relief. Its name derives from the fact that the material resembles the natural stone jasper.

Emphasizing Wedgwood's attention to the finest details, commitment to superior quality and presentation, jasperware was originally developed in the 1770s and continues to be a favorite with collectors worldwide. There were thousands of recorded trials, hopes raised and dashed, before Wedgwood was pleased with his new finely-grained stoneware. Jasperware is capable of "receiving colors through its whole surface, in a manner which no other body, ancient or modern has been known to do". Wedgwood felt it was one of his greatest achievements. Subtle and sophisticated, the Wedgwood jasperware collection features a specially polished matte finish to give a finer texture to the surface. Wedgwood jasperware offers extensive gifting and collecting choices, as well as the liberty to enhance a home with classic pieces that are beautiful and useful.

Additional Information:
Measures 3"W x 6.25"H. Made of stoneware. Made in Thailand.

Care Instructions:
Use a soft lint free cloth to remove surface dust using care around the relief. If necessary, wash with mild soap and hot water using care around relief. Do not soak your jasperware or put it in the dishwasher. When washing by hand, avoid using scouring pads and/or abrasive detergents. To prevent spotting, combine quarter cup ammonia with a mild lemon detergent. Rinse in clean water and air dry on a rack. Clean vases and decanters by filling them half-full with moderately hot water, a small amount of mild detergent, two tablespoons of white vinegar or ammonia and 1/2 cup uncooked rice. Swirl the rice around for a few minutes to remove residue. Rinse well with moderately hot water and air dry, upside down, on a rack. *Always hand-wash painted glassware.

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Jorge Perez Wedgwood
Wedgwood, England's finest China company, has been synonymous with beauty, craftsmanship and innovation for almost 250 years. Wedgwood designs are widely acknowledged as timeless, classic and elegantly understated - quintessentially English by any measure. The company was founded in 1759 by Josiah Wedgwood, who has since become known as the "father of English potters." Wedgwood created the ornamental wares black basalt and Jasper, for which the company is still renowned. Later, Queen's ware, the company's celebrated cream-colored ceramic body, was developed and perfected.  

Today, Wedgwood continues to manufacture quality ceramics that combine sophisticated classical contemporary design with highly skilled craftsmanship and strict standards of quality. This storied company is known throughout the world for the quality of its products and its rich heritage.

About Jorge Perez
Who better than Jorge Perez, U.S. director of Editor Relations and Special Events for Waterford Crystal to present the extraordinary Wedgwood and Waterford collections? Mr. Perez is a seasoned tabletop authority, with specific expertise in the bridal world.  He is considered to be the national spokesperson for Waterford, a role that encompasses expertise in both bridal and tabletop.

Mr. Perez has helped to launch many important Waterford and Wedgwood designer collaborations including Vera Wang, Marc Jacobs and Robert Mondavi by Waterford. He also hosts events involving Jim O’Leary, and Lord Wedgwood, in addition to entertaining special appearances by celebrity spokespeople for the lines.

Jorge has contributed to and been the focus of many articles, while also lending his knowledge of the bridal and home market to a variety of television shows. Considered to be an “entertaining with style” expert/guru, Mr. Perez’s show credits include such titles as: "What Every Bride Needs to Know", "How to Set the Perfect Table", "Etiquette for Today's Lifestyle", "Wardrobing Your China- How to Make it Last a Lifetime".

In his spare time, Mr. Perez enjoys entertaining, cooking and traveling the world. He is a proud graduate of UCLA, and is equally proud of his Cuban heritage and New York upbringing.

Tune in and join Jorge to discover the historic beauty and elegance of Wedgwood and Waterford. You’ll learn all about these amazing pieces, plus glean valuable knowledge and advice on how to make your next special event even more unforgettable.
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