Tonquin-Ruby by Wedgwood
This month, we feature
Wedgwood China. While
Tonquin-Ruby is one of the more expensive patterns we offer, when you absolutely HAVE to set the most eye-popping table possible, this pattern is a superb choice. This bone china with scalloped edges is especially noted for an ultra-elegant design featuring the striking contrast of a spray of gradient gold flowers on a solid, deep ruby background.
Tonquin was designed in 1930 by Wedgwood’s art director, John Edward Goodwin. The flower motif that
Tonquin has become so famous for was designed by Mr. Goodwin using hand tracing, which adds intricate detail to the design and has contributed to this pattern becoming especially sought after. Because of this intricate design process, Wedgwood was able to produce only a limited number of pieces each year, further enhancing the rarity and value of
Tonquin. In fact, pieces are so rare in this pattern, we actually display some of them in our museum! Over the years, Wedgwood has produced a number of variations on the
Tonquin-Ruby pattern, including
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Tonquin-Ruby by Wedgwood.
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