Wednesday, December 21, 2011
Thanks to the editor [my good friend Adele Barnett] of The Capital Wedgwoodian, the newsletter of the Wedgwood Society of Washington, DC, I have just learned that this year is the 75th anniversary of the Williamsburg Reproductions Program "a concept developed by John D. Rockefeller, Jr.". Over the years we have carried many of the beautiful products from Wedgwood through this program to help one carry the colonial theme into one's home. At this time we have a few in stock which you might enjoy seeing. Click on the title of this post to see what we have available right now. These are all high quality reproductions of actual items in the Colonial Williamsburg collection. The 1936 Husk Queensware pattern was the first of the items licensed by Wedgwood and we have a piece or two in stock to add to a collection, or perhaps start a new one! For information on the Wedgwood Society of Washington, DC and its newsletter, see www.wedgwoodcapital.org.