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These include Adams, Copeland, Castleton and Dudson. But I recently had 2 pieces of Dudson jasperware that I sold to a Dudson collector.She has been collecting for 25 years and we had a great phone discussion about jasperware, Dudson and England. Fortunately Josiah was the first potter of note to mark his production with his own name, rather than easily copied potters marks like the crossed sword mark used at Sevres or the Chelsea potteries' anchor mark.Josiah was not reticent to defend his marks and reputation in court during his lifetime and his successors have followed that pattern to the present day.We personally handle all shipping or you can arrange pickup in person or by your own courier. Jasperware is the form of ceramics devised by Josiah Wedgwood which has a stoneware body and can either be white or coloured and comes in a matte finish.

Dudson porcelain ranks with English Giants such as Mintons, George Jones, and Wedgwood, as the finest and most sought after examples of all time!

Our splendid example features the dance of the 7 muses with the classic Ivory Bisque sprigging band. 1960 Dudson stamp, and the applied bas-relief ivory bisque figurines are incredibly precise and deep, rivaling anything done by Josiah Wedgwood in the 19th century.

Our example is in splendid condition, and weighs 1# 8 oz. This Rare Terracotta jewel is a must for any English Jasperware, Wedgwood or Dodson collector. Richard Dudson founded the Broad Street Works Pottery in 1800 at Hanley, Staffordshire, England, and proceeded to manufacturer quality earthen wares.

It is very difficult in some cases to date Jasperware and the rules below should help you when considering the age on any item of Jasperware that you are considering purchasing.

Firstly, most modern/vintage pieces, those that date from 1908 to the present date are ordinarily marked with Wedgwood, Made in England.