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Post  mumof1 on Tue 25 Jun - 11:51

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This looks very much like Wedgwood pieces
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and rather lovely
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and also called Jasper Ware sunny
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Post  Ev on Tue 25 Jun - 12:10

fantastic.... That is the first jasper ware on the site!!!
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Post  Jeremy Ashford on Mon 8 Sep - 13:35

A small piece: vase pot, beaker?

Not quite the blue of Wedgwood Jasper Ware.
Matt OS, shiny IS. Same figure as first one above.
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75mm H x 58/70/58 OD. The figure in relief is 44 H
Marked as shown.

[at this point I showed my ignorance of how Jasperware is made, deleted now]


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Post  Thelma on Mon 8 Sep - 22:47

Gee, now you have me thinking, scratch I have one piece of Lovatt's jasper ware, and had always thought it must be an applied motif the same as Wedgewood, I will look very carefully at my one before it gets packed away.
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Post  Jeremy Ashford on Tue 9 Sep - 1:59

Well, I could be wrong but I made a quick comparison of the pattern on Anne's first piece and on mine and saw that "holes" where the colour pierced the pattern were not identical. I'll look again.
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Post  Thelma on Tue 9 Sep - 7:07

and I will look at the piece of Wedgewood in the cabinet for comparison also! Smile
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Post  Ev on Tue 9 Sep - 9:51

Jeremy please google jasper ware so that you have an understanding of how this is achieved.
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Post  Jeremy Ashford on Tue 9 Sep - 15:00

I am pretty sure this is not blue body so I gather the later method was used and the blue is a "dip" or "slip" rather than a glaze. Ie, it is blue clay rather than blue glass.
And then the relief stuck on.

That was my original thought for how these would be made, just replacing "glaze" in my ponderings with "slip" would work but I still have issues with the relief. The finished look on the blue is more of a sponge finish than an allover even coating, which is the look the Wedgwood has, suggesting a very hands-on approach.

I am still not totally convinced that Lovatt necessarily followed that method as I have issues with stuff (I know there's a word but can't find it: detritus?) at the point of fixing. I realise that differences between pieces could simply be that the reliefs are not so well fettled, and some have holes where others do not.

I will need to look again when my contact lens comes out and my microscopic vision is restored, ie bedtime.
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