Wedgwood pottery dates back to the mid 18th century. This company is most known for the common light blue color pottery.
What many don’t know is that the Wedgwood Company has had many different varieties of colors and styles which they produced. These colors included black, dark blue, yellow, terra cotta, green, multicolored, purple and much more. Wedgwood even had a majolica line at one point. The Wedgwood market has died down the past few years. However, even though the market is down, some rare pieces and colors are still valuable. Rare colors that are currently in demand are multicolored majolica, Yellow and Terra Cotta. The pieces that are hard to find and worth more than most include the large urns, large covered cake plates and extra large planters.
Wedgwood Covered Cake Plate
Wedgwood Game Pie Dish
Wedgwood Majolica Plate