Rare Wedgwood Jasperware coronation tea set. What makes this set extra unusual is the fact that Edward VIII was never coroneted. He abdicated the throne to marry an American divorcee before his coronation could take place. Besides it’s historical significance and rarity, this set is a fine example of Wedgwood Jasperware with a brilliant blue color and crisp, pure white decoration. An identical set is in the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto. The set is fresh from a local Brooklyn estate and appears to be unused. Unfortunately, the spout of the tea pot was damaged when we received it so we have had it professionally restored and no damage is visible to the naked eye. Alas, this renders it suitable for display only. The very top of the cover on the sugar also looks slightly rough but I believe this is original to it’s making. Tea pot 5″ tall x 9″ wide x 6 1/2″ deep, sugar bowl 4 3/4″ tall x 5 1/2″ wide x 5″ deep, creamer 2 1/2″ tall x 5″ wide x 4 deep. The item “EDWARD VIII CORONATION TEA SET” is in sale since Thursday, March 17, 2016. This item is in the category “Pottery & Glass\Pottery & China\China & Dinnerware\Commemorative Pieces\Porcelain”. The seller is “rachelcirca” and is located in Brooklyn, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Brand: Wedgewood Jasperware
- Main Color: Blue
- Original/Reproduction: Vintage Original