The material is high fired ceramic and can be chipped or cracked so take care not to drop your brooch.Now take a look at the material the Jasper is set into.If this is marked as silver or gold you can use a little water and a soft toothbrush to clean your brooch.Pat the brooch dry and store where it cannot be damaged by other jewellery.
Please note that on very small pieces there well may be no makers name. This could have hallmarks which can be used to date your Wedgwood brooch or it may carry the JW makers hallmark.
In about 1769 he adopted the familiar mark with the name impressed from a single slug.
This WEDGWOOD mark is found on wares produced between 1769 to 1781 and it was used until the sans serif version of the mark was introduced in 1929.
This is the same technique in the jewellery which is used for all the Jasperware pots.
Sprigging starts with an artist carving the pattern and a mould being created in plaster from that master.
Personals are for people local to Wedgwood (Seattle, WA) and are for ages 18 of either sex.