A portrait in basalt ware of Josuah Wedgwood.
col. no.: 169
Josuah Wedgwood was the founder of the world-famous factory Wedgwood. One of his inventions was a solid black semi-porcelain called basalt ware. Here he used it for a portrait of himself in relief, oval 87 x69 mm. England, late 18th century.
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