Right on cue, Eddie Ross
has further answered my question
about my black pitcher. Silly me, I was trying just a little too hard. A simple link on his blog to the ebay listings
of "wedgewood basalt" produced 68 results that look a lot like my little pitcher (and the ones in this picture
), and a quick Google search found this
. Mystery solved!
And by the way, I love how he spray painted that once-ugly urn with matte black paint to blend with the rest of his black Jasperware! What a great idea to tide me over until we can splurge on a few more pieces.
have you seen the wedgewood collection at the bham art museum? very impressive.
so very lovely. i am so going to keep my eyes open for you. surely there are wonderful little pieces floating around the city.
I need to see the progress on this house! We should lunch one weekend when I am in town, or even better, come to Tuscaloosa (OK, so maybe we will just lunch when I am in town! ha)
Hi!!!! you are so sweet! thank you for your post!
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