Vase of solid light blue jasper with white jasper relief decoration resting on a square white molded jasper plinth, the foot round and with applied acanthus relief decoration, with beading at the joint, the lower body with a band of stiff leaf motifs (one of which has sprung from the body during firing), the main body with figures from the "Domestic Employment" series designed by Lady Elizabeth Templetown, with a thick band of overlapping laurel leaves on the shoulder and acanthus leaves on the neck, with a large band of beading at the lip (the cover missing, originally had two handles).


Designed by Lady Elizabeth Templetown, Wedgwood

About 1790