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Enoch Wedgwood (a distant cousin of Josiah Wedgwood) became a partner in Podmore, Walker & Co. in 1835 and in 1856 the business was renamed Podmore, Walker, Wedgwood & Co.  Following the death of Thomas Podmore in 1860, Enoch Wedgwood inherited shares in the interests of the business left to him by Podmore, the partnership was dissolved and became Wedgwood & Co but the company continued to make the popular Asiatic Pheasants pattern. 
At sometime prior to 1900 (when the business became a Limited Company) the words 'The Original Manufacturers' were added to the Asiatic Pheasants scroll mark. In actual fact the pattern was produced prior to the establishment of Wedgwood & Co in 1860, by Podmore & Walker and Ralph Hall. This tureen was probably made in c1925. 


In beautiful condition, this large bowl planted up with festive Hellebores would make the perfect fruit bowl or salad bowl, but works equally well as a planter.


The hellebores will flower all winter and can be planted out into the garden for next season making this such a sustainable way to send someone a special present.  Carefully packaged with a personalised card, provenance and plant care instructions, this is shipped overnight with couriers with the option of gift wrapping.

Vintage Enoch Wedgewood 'Asiatic Pheasants' bowl planted with hellebores


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