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Wedgwood Etruria Transferware, Chinese Pattern Sugar Bowl

Hello! I found this lovely blue and white Wedgwood Etruria sugar bowl in an antique store. As seen in photo, it has a nibble on lid rim and a little mark on one knob handle. Otherwise very nice condition. I haven't even washed it yet because I'm so new at this and don't want to damage it! After days of research online, I can't find but a few small plates in this pattern and no other pieces. Was the Chinese pattern unpopular I wonder? Any information about this and other pieces in the Chinese pattern would be so appreciated.

Category: 
China
Condition: 
Good
Medium: 
Glazed porcelain
Distinguishing marks: 
Underside, inpressed in capitals: WEDGWOOD, P, maker mark. Printed in blue in capitals: CHINESE, ETRURIA, ENGLAND, WEDGWOOD. Randomly placed letters R and B. Printed letters are not all uniformly spaced and the G in WEDGWOOD is smaller.
Date Period: 
Late 1800s to early 1900s?
Size and dimensions of this item: 
5 inches wide × 4 inches tall (approximately) 12.7 cm × 10.16 cm
Weight: 
10 oz 294 gm
History: 
Unkown
For Sale?: 
No
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The Chinese pattern first appeared about 1910 and was made right through the 1930's as far as I know. Most of it was made for the Export market in North America, produced in huge numbers, values fro it last peaked in the early 1990's and has declined since then.

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