Wedgwood Queen’s Ware: Worthy of the Crown

A teapot, bowl, and plates in Wedgwood’s blue-and-white Queen’s Ware pattern await the service of warm winter soup.Our images reflect the Cream Color on Lavender with Shell Edge variety, which has, unfortunately, been discontinued. However, it still remains a timeless example of beauty that, to this day, is desired by collectors far and wide. Perhaps the purest example of blue-and-white bliss one could ever see, this dishware is a suitable choice for donning the table in any season—whether under the clear blue skies of summer or amid the flawlessly frosted purity of winter.

Text Leslie Bennett Smith
Photography Stephanie Welbourne Steele
Styling Melissa Sturdivant Smith

To learn more about Queen’s Ware, see “Worthy of the Crown” in the January/February 2022 issue, available at

January/Februar 2022

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