LL 1504

About this object

A solid blue jasper vase with white jasper sprigging depicting a group of Bacchanalian boys engaging in horseplay. Sprigging is a type of decoration which is made in a mould and then applied.
The design of the sprigging is based on sketches by Lady Diana Beauclerk (1734-1808), ancestor of Diana, Princess of Wales. Lady Beauclerk was a lady of the bedchamber to Queen Charlotte. Wedgwood used her name, as a designer, to impress clients.
  • Date
    1786 - 1800
  • Maker
  • Materials
  • Credit line
    From the Collection of Lord Leverhulme
  • Location
    Lady Lever Art Gallery, Room 03, Case 9003
  • Place made
    Europe: Northern Europe: UK: England: Staffordshire: Stoke-on-Trent: Hanley
  • Measurements
    365 mm x 180 mm x 180 mm
  • Collection
    From the Lady Lever Art Gallery collections
Object view = Decorative Arts
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