Top 20 Best-Selling Wedgwood Patterns!
Wedgwood is one of the oldest and most respected companies producing china today. In 1759, Josiah Wedgwood established himself as an independent potter at the “Ivy House Works” in Burslem, England. During his first 10 years in business, Wedgwood made many refinements in the production processes for porcelain dinnerware. One of his most important creations was black basalt, a fine-grained stoneware superior to any that had been previously produced. Another watershed Wedgwood creation was creamware. Fired at higher temperatures than traditional English earthenware, creamware was non-porous, extremely durable, and relatively inexpensive. Wedgwood’s crowning achievement was Jasperware, non-glazed porcelain featuring classical figures in bas-relief, now virtually synonymous with the Wedgwood name. Today, Wedgwood remains a market leader in the tableware industry. The popular patterns below are great examples of the culture of quality that has been present at Wedgwood for more than 250 years.
Runnymede-Blue by Wedgwood China
Named for the site of the signing of the Magna Carta in 1215,
Runnymede-Blue features a pink shell design – collecting shells was Josiah Wedgwood’s personal passion; he often used the organic shapes from shells in new pattern designs.
Kutani Crane by Wedgwood China
The beautiful design of
Kutani Crane shows a strong Asian influence; to the Chinese, cranes are symbols of longevity – the blue crane depicted here indicates life well into old age, strongly valued and venerated in Chinese culture.
Edme by Wedgwood China
The stylized, embossed ribbing of this elegant design is reminiscent of the ridges of a clam shell – harking back to Josiah Wedgwood’s love of shell-collecting, the
Edme pattern remained in active production for nearly a century.
Florentine-Turquoise by Wedgwood China
With a beautiful floral design in the center and the distinctive heraldic designs of the griffin on the rim,
Florentine-Turquoise is also available in variations of other accent colors, including brown, blue, coral, green, platinum, red, orange, and yellow.
Countryware by Wedgwood China
Scallop-shaped, with its beautiful embossed leaf designs spilling from the rim onto the verge of the plate, all-white
Countryware is one of Wedgwood’s most versatile patterns, at home in the country breakfast nook as well as the formal dining room.
Williamsburg Potpourri by Wedgwood China
With its pastel colors, exquisite asymmetrical topiary design at the center of the plate (accented with a bird and butterfly), flower sprays on the rim, and finished with an embossed edge,
Potpourri complements a wide range of linens.
Florentine-Gold by Wedgwood China
A variation of our Number 4 best-selling Wedgwood pattern,
Florentine-Gold is a sumptuous design, where the heraldic griffin and scroll work of the pattern are finished in sparkling gold, with gold trim on the edge of the plate - a stunning effect!
Patrician-Plain (Old) by Wedgwood China
When you have a look at the white-on-white embossing of the floral and scroll designs on the rim of this pattern, you’ll see why
Patrician-Plain (Old) is high up on our Top 20 Wedgwood list – the detail is absolutely exquisite, and definitely “patrician.”
Charnwood (Bone) by Wedgwood China
The contemporary whiteware shapes of the
Charnwood pattern are trimmed in gold; each piece features an array of brightly colored flowers, greenery, insects, bees, and butterflies, beautifully rendered, with gold trim completing the design – produced from 1951 to 1987.
Nantucket by Wedgwood China
The white-on-white embossed basket weave design on
Nantucket brings beautiful texture to this pattern, and its white color complements any color in the spectrum you might choose for your table linens – we have more than 18,000 customers on file!
Florentine-Blue by Wedgwood China
Once again the English griffin rears his handsome head on our Top 20 Wedgwood list, this time in the form of
Florentine-Blue, featuring the griffin and scroll work design in tan color, with dark blue background and trim to complete the design.
Strawberry & Vine (Bone) by Wedgwood China
Scallop-shaped, with white-on-white embossed strawberries and grapevine leaves on the rim that cascade onto the verge of the plate, the
Strawberry & Vine (Bone) pattern is redolent of the delicious sights and smells of summer entertaining.
Cream Color on Lavender (Shell Edge) by Wedgwood China
Cream Color on Lavender (Shell Edge) is rimmed, scallop-shaped china, with blue (lavender) color contrasting with the elegant Wedgwood cream-colored grapevine design in bas-relief on the rim, and delicate, embossed fluting on the outside edge.
Belle Fleur by Wedgwood China
Subtle blue floral designs and platinum trim on white bone china make
Belle Fleur an elegant addition to any table, and a beautiful complement to your favorite crystal and silver – this popular pattern was produced for 30 years, from 1961 to 1991.
Quince by Wedgwood China
Quince is the apple of the eye for many Replacements, Ltd. customers – attractive and durable, the pattern features pears and quince in bright colors on earthy stoneware, and is delightful tableware that will serve your family for years to come.
Florentine-Black by Wedgwood China
Produced from 1959 to 1997,
Florentine-Black is the last of the
Florentine variations to make our Top 20 Wedgwood list – its contrasting black griffin and scroll work design on white fine bone china, accented with gold trim, is magnificent!
Sarah's Garden by Wedgwood China
Our sentimental favorite in the Top 20 Wedgwood list is
Sarah's Garden - named for Josiah Wedgwood's wife, the earthenware pattern features the herbs, fruits, vegetables, and flowers that would have been found in her English garden.
Flying Cloud-Rust by Wedgwood China
A salute to the era when Britannia ruled the waves, the
Flying Cloud-Rust pattern features a spectacular three-masted sailing ship before the wind, with a clever rope design on the verge of the plate – great for the sailors in your household!
Chinese Flowers by Wedgwood China
The last of our Top 20 Wedgwood patterns is
Chinese Flowers, scallop-shaped fine bone china with exquisitely rendered flower designs on the rim, and sparkling gold trim to complete the design – the shapes of the serving pieces are lovely.
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