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Wedgwood and Co Liberty Blue China - 17 items found.

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Jug or Creamer Paul Revere c1970s Maker: Wedgwood and Co  Pattern:Liberty Blue
Jug or Creamer Paul Revere c1970s
The Benjamin Franklin Federal Savings and Loan, commissioned Liberty Blue in 1975 to mark its 50th Anniversary. It was an exclusive series of ironstone tableware made by Enoch Wedgwood & Co. Franklin used it as a promotional line to encourage deposits, offering a free basic place setting if you deposited $50 and subsequent place settings were available at low prices for depositors. The promotion continued until the end of 1976, although in 1977 they offered additionally a special 20 turkey platter free to those, who deposited $5,000. Backstamp: Liberty Blue Historic Colonial Scenes Paul Revere Made in England. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: 0.3 ltr, 10 cm high / 0.5 pint, 4 ins high
Our ref: EWEDG30700

Jug or Pitcher Old North Church c1970s Maker: Wedgwood and Co  Pattern:Liberty Blue
Jug or Pitcher Old North Church c1970s
The Benjamin Franklin Federal Savings and Loan, based in the Pacific Northwest, commissioned Liberty Blue in 1975 to mark its 50th Anniversary. It was an exclusive series of ironstone tableware made by Enoch Wedgwood & Co in Staffordshire, England. Franklin used it as a promotional line to encourage deposits, offering a free basic place setting if you deposited $50 and subsequent place settings were available at low prices for depositors. The promotion continued until the end of 1976, although in 1977 they offered additionally a special 20 turkey platter free to those who deposited $5,000. This jug depicts Old North Church. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: 19 cm high, 1.2 litres / 7.5 ins high, 2 pint
Our ref: EWEDG34035

Teapot Minute Men c1970s Maker: Wedgwood and Co  Pattern:Liberty Blue
Teapot Minute Men c1970s
The Benjamin Franklin Federal Savings and Loan, based in the Pacific Northwest, commissioned Liberty Blue in 1975 to mark its 50th Anniversary. It was an exclusive series of ironstone tableware made by Enoch Wedgwood & Co in Staffordshire, England. Franklin used it as a promotional line to encourage deposits, offering a free basic place setting if you deposited $50 and subsequent place settings were available at low prices for depositors. The promotion continued until the end of 1976, although in 1977 they offered additionally a special 20 turkey platter free to those who deposited $5,000. Backstamp: Liberty Blue Historic Colonial Scenes Minute Men Made in England.
Dimensions: 0.9 ltr, overall height 17 cm / 1.5 pint, overall height 6.75 ins
Our ref: EWEDG48908

Sugar with Cover c1970s Maker: Wedgwood and Co  Pattern:Liberty Blue
Sugar with Cover c1970s
The Benjamin Franklin Federal Savings and Loan, based in the Pacific Northwest, commissioned Liberty Blue in 1975 to mark its 50th Anniversary. It was an exclusive series of ironstone tableware made by Enoch Wedgwood & Co in Staffordshire, England. Franklin used it as a promotional line to encourage deposits, offering a free basic place setting if you deposited $50 and subsequent place settings were available at low prices for depositors. The promotion continued until the end of 1976, although in 1977 they offered additionally a special 20 turkey platter free to those who deposited $5,000. Backstamp: Liberty Blue Historic Colonial Scenes Betsy Ross Made in England.
Dimensions: 7.5 cm x 6.5 cm at neck, overall height 11.5 cm / 3 ins x 2.5 ins at neck, overall height 4.5 ins
Our ref: EWEDG48907

Meat Dish or Platter Governor's House Williamsburg c1970s Maker: Wedgwood and Co  Pattern:Liberty Blue
Meat Dish or Platter Governor's House Williamsburg c1970s
The Benjamin Franklin Federal Savings and Loan, based in the Pacific Northwest, commissioned Liberty Blue in 1975 to mark its 50th Anniversary. It was an exclusive series of ironstone tableware made by Enoch Wedgwood & Co in Staffordshire, England. Franklin used it as a promotional line to encourage deposits, offering a free basic place setting if you deposited $50 and subsequent place settings were available at low prices for depositors. The promotion continued until the end of 1976, although in 1977 they offered additionally a special 20 turkey platter free to those who deposited $5,000. Backstamp: Liberty Blue Original Copper Engravings of Historic Colonial Scenes Printed on Staffordshire Ironstone Detergent and Dishwasher Safe Made in England Governor's House Williamsburg.
Dimensions: 30 cm x 24 cm / 11.75 ins x 9.5 ins
Our ref: EWEDG48905

Meat Dish or Platter Washington Crossing the Delaware c1970s Maker: Wedgwood and Co  Pattern:Liberty Blue
Meat Dish or Platter Washington Crossing the Delaware c1970s
The Benjamin Franklin Federal Savings and Loan, based in the Pacific Northwest, commissioned Liberty Blue in 1975 to mark its 50th Anniversary. It was an exclusive series of ironstone tableware made by Enoch Wedgwood & Co in Staffordshire, England. Franklin used it as a promotional line to encourage deposits, offering a free basic place setting if you deposited $50 and subsequent place settings were available at low prices for depositors. The promotion continued until the end of 1976, although in 1977 they offered additionally a special 20 turkey platter free to those who deposited $5,000. Backstamp: Liberty Blue Original Copper Engravings of Historic Colonial Scenes Printed on Staffordshire Ironstone Detergent and Dishwasher Safe Made in England Washington Crossing The Delaware. A little minor surface scratching and on the back some discolouration in the glaze.
Dimensions: 35.5 cm x 28 cm / 14 ins x 11 ins
Our ref: EWEDG34037

Bowl Fraunces Tavern c1970s Maker: Wedgwood and Co  Pattern:Liberty Blue
Bowl Fraunces Tavern c1970s
The Benjamin Franklin Federal Savings and Loan, based in the Pacific Northwest, commissioned Liberty Blue in 1975 to mark its 50th Anniversary. It was an exclusive series of ironstone tableware made by Enoch Wedgwood & Co in Staffordshire, England. Franklin used it as a promotional line to encourage deposits, offering a free basic place setting if you deposited $50 and subsequent place settings were available at low prices for depositors. The promotion continued until the end of 1976, although in 1977 they offered additionally a special 20 turkey platter free to those who deposited $5,000. This bowl depicts Fraunces Tavern. Excellent condition. One piece has in the printing a thin blue line across the bowl.
Dimensions: 21.5 cm diameter, 7.5 cm high / 8.5 ins diameter, 3 ins high
Our ref: EWEDG34036

Bowl Minute Men c1970s Maker: Wedgwood and Co  Pattern:Liberty Blue
Bowl Minute Men c1970s
The Benjamin Franklin Federal Savings and Loan, based in the Pacific Northwest, commissioned Liberty Blue in 1975 to mark its 50th Anniversary. It was an exclusive series of ironstone tableware made by Enoch Wedgwood & Co in Staffordshire, England. Franklin used it as a promotional line to encourage deposits, offering a free basic place setting if you deposited $50 and subsequent place settings were available at low prices for depositors. The promotion continued until the end of 1976, although in 1977 they offered additionally a special 20 turkey platter free to those who deposited $5,000. Backstamp: Liberty Blue Original Copper Engravings of Historic Colonial Scenes Printed on Staffordshire Ironstone Detergent and Dishwasher Safe Made in England Minute Men. There is a fault on the side where the bowl touched something in the kiln, otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 23 cm x 17 cm & 5.5 cm deep / 9 ins x 6.75 ins & 2.25 ins deep
Our ref: EWEDG48909

Sauce Boat Lafayette Landing c1970s Maker: Wedgwood and Co  Pattern:Liberty Blue
Sauce Boat Lafayette Landing c1970s
The Benjamin Franklin Federal Savings and Loan, based in the Pacific Northwest, commissioned Liberty Blue in 1975 to mark its 50th Anniversary. It was an exclusive series of ironstone tableware made by Enoch Wedgwood & Co in Staffordshire, England. Franklin used it as a promotional line to encourage deposits, offering a free basic place setting if you deposited $50 and subsequent place settings were available at low prices for depositors. The promotion continued until the end of 1976, although in 1977 they offered additionally a special 20 turkey platter free to those who deposited $5,000. This piece depicts Lafayette landing at West Point. There is a small very minor dent in the foot caused during manufacture which has been glazed over. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: 19.5 cm spout to handle, 7.5 cm high / 7.75 ins spout to handle, 2.75 ins high
Our ref: EWEDG34034

Plate Monticello c1970s Maker: Wedgwood and Co  Pattern:Liberty Blue
Plate Monticello c1970s
The Benjamin Franklin Federal Savings and Loan, based in the Pacific Northwest, commissioned Liberty Blue in 1975 to mark its 50th Anniversary. It was an exclusive series of ironstone tableware made by Enoch Wedgwood & Co in Staffordshire, England. Franklin used it as a promotional line to encourage deposits, offering a free basic place setting if you deposited $50 and subsequent place settings were available at low prices for depositors. The promotion continued until the end of 1976, although in 1977 they offered additionally a special 20 turkey platter free to those, who deposited $5,000. Backstamp: Liberty Blue Original Copper Engravings of Historic Colonial Scenes printed on Staffordshire Ironstone Detergent and Dishwasher Safe Made in England Monticello. Excellent condition. depth of colour may vary a little from plate to plate.
Dimensions: 15 cm / 6 ins
Our ref: EWEDG30730

Plate Washington Leaving Christchurch c1970s Maker: Wedgwood and Co  Pattern:Liberty Blue
Plate Washington Leaving Christchurch c1970s
The Benjamin Franklin Federal Savings and Loan, based in the Pacific Northwest, commissioned Liberty Blue in 1975 to mark its 50th Anniversary. It was an exclusive series of ironstone tableware made by Enoch Wedgwood & Co in Staffordshire, England. Franklin used it as a promotional line to encourage deposits, offering a free basic place setting if you deposited $50 and subsequent place settings were available at low prices for depositors. The promotion continued until the end of 1976, although in 1977 they offered additionally a special 20 turkey platter free to those, who deposited $5,000. Backstamp: Liberty Blue Original Copper Engravings of Historic Colonial Scenes printed on Staffordshire Ironstone Detergent and Dishwasher Safe Made in England Washington Leaving Christchurch. Excellent condition. Depth of colour may vary a little from plate to plate.
Dimensions: 18 cm / 7 ins
Our ref: EWEDG42921

Plate Independence Hall  c1976 Maker: Wedgwood and Co  Pattern:Liberty Blue
Plate Independence Hall c1976
This plate was one of two designed by Enoch Wedgwood one depicting the Liberty Bell and this one Independence Hall. These were mainly available to Avon representatives in 1976. Representatives that sent in orders totalling $100 or more for specific sales campaigns were given both plates. No backstamp. A little surface scratching otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 19.5 cm / 7.75 ins
Our ref: EWEDG30732

Plate Washington at Valley Forge c1970s Maker: Wedgwood and Co  Pattern:Liberty Blue
Plate Washington at Valley Forge c1970s
The Benjamin Franklin Federal Savings and Loan, based in the Pacific Northwest, commissioned Liberty Blue in 1975 to mark its 50th Anniversary. It was an exclusive series of ironstone tableware made by Enoch Wedgwood & Co in Staffordshire, England. Franklin used it as a promotional line to encourage deposits, offering a free basic place setting if you deposited $50 and subsequent place settings were available at low prices for depositors. The promotion continued until the end of 1976, although in 1977 they offered additionally a special 20 turkey platter free to those, who deposited $5,000. Backstamp: Liberty Blue Original Copper Engravings of Historic Colonial Scenes printed on Staffordshire Ironstone Detergent and Dishwasher Safe Made in England Washington at Valley Forge. A little minor blue smudging here and there, overall excellent condition. Depth of colour may vary a little from plate to plate.
Dimensions: 22 cm / 8.75 ins
Our ref: EWEDG34436

Plate Independence Hall c1970s Maker: Wedgwood and Co  Pattern:Liberty Blue
Plate Independence Hall c1970s
The Benjamin Franklin Federal Savings and Loan, commissioned Liberty Blue in 1975 to mark its 50th Anniversary. It was an exclusive series of ironstone tableware made by Enoch Wedgwood & Co. Franklin used it as a promotional line to encourage deposits, offering a free basic place setting if you deposited $50 and subsequent place settings were available at low prices for depositors. The promotion continued until the end of 1976, although in 1977 they offered additionally a special 20 turkey platter free to those, who deposited $5,000. Backstamp: Liberty Blue Original Copper Engravings of Historic Colonial Scenes printed on Staffordshire Ironstone Detergent and Dishwasher Safe Made in England Independence Hall Minor signs of wear, overall excellent condition.
Dimensions: 25.5 cm / 10 ins
Our ref: EWEDG30727

Cereal or Dessert Bowl Mount Vernon c1970s Maker: Wedgwood and Co  Pattern:Liberty Blue
Cereal or Dessert Bowl Mount Vernon c1970s
The Benjamin Franklin Federal Savings and Loan, based in the Pacific Northwest, commissioned Liberty Blue in 1975 to mark its 50th Anniversary. It was an exclusive series of ironstone tableware made by Enoch Wedgwood & Co in Staffordshire, England. Franklin used it as a promotional line to encourage deposits, offering a free basic place setting if you deposited $50 and subsequent place settings were available at low prices for depositors. The promotion continued until the end of 1976, although in 1977 they offered additionally a special 20 turkey platter free to those, who deposited $5,000. This bowl depicts Mount Vernon. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: 16 cm / 6.25 ins
Our ref: ewedg34033

Fruit Saucer Betsy Ross c1970s Maker: Wedgwood and Co  Pattern:Liberty Blue
Fruit Saucer Betsy Ross c1970s
Small dessert dish. The Benjamin Franklin Federal Savings and Loan, based in the Pacific Northwest, commissioned Liberty Blue in 1975 to mark its 50th Anniversary. It was an exclusive series of ironstone tableware made by Enoch Wedgwood & Co in Staffordshire, England. Franklin used it as a promotional line to encourage deposits, offering a free basic place setting if you deposited $50 and subsequent place settings were available at low prices for depositors. The promotion continued until the end of 1976, although in 1977 they offered additionally a special 20 turkey platter free to those, who deposited $5,000. Backstamp: Liberty Blue Historic Colonial Scenes Betsy Ross Made in England. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: 12.5 cm diameter / 5 ins diameter
Our ref: EWEDG46551

Dessert or Small Soup Plate Old North Church c1970s Maker: Wedgwood and Co  Pattern:Liberty Blue
Dessert or Small Soup Plate Old North Church c1970s
The Benjamin Franklin Federal Savings and Loan, based in the Pacific Northwest, commissioned Liberty Blue in 1975 to mark its 50th Anniversary. It was an exclusive series of ironstone tableware made by Enoch Wedgwood & Co in Staffordshire, England. Franklin used it as a promotional line to encourage deposits, offering a free basic place setting if you deposited $50 and subsequent place settings were available at low prices for depositors. The promotion continued until the end of 1976, although in 1977 they offered additionally a special 20 turkey platter free to those, who deposited $5,000. Backstamp: Liberty Blue Original Copper Engravings of Historic Colonial Scenes printed on Staffordshire Ironstone Detergent and Dishwasher Safe Made in England Old North Church. Excellent condition. Depth of colour may vary a little from plate to plate.
Dimensions: 22 cm / 8.75 ins
Our ref: EWEDG46552


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