Parkland Tearoom Accent Plate, West Wycombe

    Wedgwood Parkland Tearoom Accent Plate, West Wycombe


    Product description

    This round plate in the range has been crafted in Wedgwood’s home of Stoke-on-Trent, England, and features gardens of West Wycombe.

    The gardens of West Wycombe were largely laid out between 1739 and 1972 by Sir Francis Dashwood. Architecturally inspired by the villas of the Veneto constructed during the late-renaissance period, the West Wycombe house was remodeled in the late 18th century by John Donowell.

    • Fine Bone China 
    • Dishwasher & Microwave safe
    Reflecting on Wedgwood's incredible 260 years of outstanding designs, Parkland is an elegant collection inspired by England's beautiful stately homes and the characteristics of Palladian architecture. Designed to enhance any dining experience, Parkland features radiating stripes in ivory and taupe using the symmetry, classical lines and sophisticated colors of neoclassical interior architectural styling. Made in England at the Wedgwood factory in Barlaston, this collection is crafted in Wedgwood"s sophisticated fine bone china.
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