Rectangular black jasper plaque with white relief scene of Blind Man's Bluff modelled by John Flaxman. This bas relief was first modelled by John Flaxman Jnr in 1782, as a direct response to Wedgwood's request for: ‘Some groups of children, proper for bas reliefs to decorate the side of Tea pots.’ Four drawings were originally sent to Wedgwood, one of which was entitled ‘Blind Man’s Buff’.

Blind Man’s Bluff


About 1820