Lighting your home the Wedgwood way. Various time periods but all antique.

Pair of ormolu mounted candelabra with drum bases. ca. 1810.
Pair of ormolu mounted candelabra with drum bases. ca. 1810. Square ormolu bases mounted with blue and white Wedgwood drums decorated with classic Greek bases scenes, surmounted by painted and bronzed figures of Atlas supporting the candle arms and pineapple finial. Candle nozzles and drip pans of a type found on work by Mathew Bolton. Impressed “Wedgwood” on the base. Image © 2019 Richard Gardner Antiques. Fair use license. via https://www.richardgardnerantiques.co.uk/shop/sold/fine-pair-of-ormolu-mounted-wedgwood-drum-base-candelabra/
Pair of crystal two-arm candelabra with multiple tiers of hanging prisms and finials.
Pair of crystal two-arm candelabra with multiple tiers of hanging prisms and finials, with Wedgwood drum bases decorated with Classical figures and brass. No exact date. English. Image © Cowan’s Auctions. Fair use license. via https://www.cowanauctions.com/lot/crystal-candelabra-with-wedgwood-bases-181991
Pair of Wedgwood majolica candelabra. ca. 1875.
Pair of Wedgwood majolica candelabra. ca. 1875. English. Polychrome decorated and modeled with two scrolled foliate arms atop a tapering column with dragon support on a hexagonal base. Impressed mark. Image © 1986-2019 Invaluable, LLC and Skinner, Inc, Boston. Fair use license. via https://www.invaluable.com/auction-lot/pair-of-wedgwood-majolica-candelabra-england-c.-EB855F302A
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Ideas for the conservatory or baptistry floor from the catalog “Examples of Old English Tiles Manufactured by Minton and Co., Stoke upon Trent and sold by Wyatt Parker & Co., Holland Street, London.” From the Minton Archive, Stokes-upon-Trent, England. 1842.

Page 7.
Designs 7-12. Page 7. Image © The Minton Archive UK. Fair use license. via https://sotca-colls.org.uk/SD1705/MS1366/index.html#page/6/mode/2up
Designs 13-18. Page 13.
Designs 13-18. Page 13. Image © The Minton Archive UK. Fair use license. via https://sotca-colls.org.uk/SD1705/MS1366/index.html#page/8/mode/2up
Designs 19-24. Page 18.
Designs 19-24. Page 18. Image © The Minton Archive UK. Fair use license. via https://sotca-colls.org.uk/SD1705/MS1366/index.html#page/10/mode/2up
Designs 31-36. Page 18.
Designs 31-36. Page 18. Image © The Minton Archive UK. Fair use license. via https://sotca-colls.org.uk/SD1705/MS1366/index.html#page/14/mode/2up

Sèvres porcelain in blue from not that far back. Paul Milet (Milet), ceramicist, who was born in 1870 and designed many wonderful things.

Miniature with bronze mounting in the design of leaves and flowers.
Miniature with bronze mounting in the design of leaves and flowers. No date. Image © 2019 Catawiki. Fair use license. via https://auction.catawiki.com/kavels/18761687-paul-millet-rare-sevres-porcelain-miniature-with-bronze-mounting
Pair of vases or pots.
Pair of vases or pots. Iridescent blue with gilded bronze mounts. Signed “PM Sèvres” inside the lids. Image © Achille Antiquities, Nice. Fair use license. via https://www.achille-antiquites.com/artwork-decorative-objects/paul-millet-porcelain-sevres-vases-pair-circa-1940_4156_uk_D.html
Porcelain bowl with a turquoise glaze and gilt brass stand with mystical beast elements. ca. 1900.
Porcelain bowl with a turquoise glaze and gilt brass stand with mystical beast elements. ca. 1900. Underside of the bowl bears the Paul Milet black over glaze mark. Image courtesy Van Bibber Antiques, New Bedford. Image © 1998-2019 Ruby Lane, Inc. via https://www.rubylane.com/item/1286060-POR-57/French-Paul-Milet-Sevres-Porcelain-Gilt

Art pottery in the Art Nouveau style. American. Jacques Sicard for Weller Pottery which was located in the state of Ohio. Founded in 1872 it closed after World War II.

Double handle vase.
Double handle vase, tapered and lobed form painted with lily florals on a dotted velvet, blue and green lustre background. Early 20th c. Signed “Weller Sicard” on the side. Photo courtesy Ripley Auctions. Image © 2019 ANTIQUE HELPER. Fair use license. via https://www.ripleyauctions.com/item/weller-sicard-double-handle-vase/
Tall vase with calla lily decoration. Early 20th c.
Tall vase with calla lily decoration. Early 20th c. Signed “Weller Sicard” in the decoration. Impressed 77 on the bottom. Image © 2019, Humler & Nolan. Fair use license. via http://www.humlernolan.com/Auctions/June-2019/Keramics/0129
Three vases. Early 20th c.
Three vases. Early 20th c. Signed “Weller Sicard.” Image © 2019 Cottone Auctions. Fair use license. via https://www.cottoneauctions.com/lots/8824/weller-sicard-vases
Vase. Art Nouveau.
Vase. Art Nouveau. Tapered style with a rolled lip and broad shoulder, decorated in an overall gold metallic background with amorphous leaf patterns in iridescent shades of lavender, off white and pink. Probably Weller Sicard but not marked. Image © 2019 EBTH, Inc. Fair use license. via https://www.ebth.com/items/5665329-art-nouveau-weller-sicard-art-pottery-vase

Art pottery from a bit back. Late 19th century to the early 20th.British. Art Nouveau, mostly. Various potteries.

Stoneware vases with high shouldered bodies, monogrammed with three panels of horses within green stylized foliate framing against a light brown ground. Early 20th c.
Stoneware vases with high shouldered bodies, monogrammed with three panels of horses within green stylized foliate framing against a light brown ground. Early 20th c. English. Hannah Barlow, decorator for Royal Doulton. © Copyright Toovey’s 2017-2019. Fair use licenses. via https://www.tooveys.com/lots/387824/a-pair-of-royal-doulton-stoneware-vases/
Vase, hand painted with lustre iris and birds. Body with a faux copper finish.
Vase, hand painted with lustre iris and birds. No date. Body with a faux copper finish. Bretby Pottery, maker. Image © A.H. Wilkens Auctions & Appraisals , Toronto. Fair use license. via https://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/40770023_bretby-art-nouveau-pottery-vase
Ewer. 1902 and Art Nouveau in style.
Ewer. 1902 and Art Nouveau in style. Cloisonne pattern. Matt-black and metallic copper effect glazing. Body with a hand-colored motif of a small bird perched on a hawthorne branch. marked on the base with the impressed Bretby sun burst mark, the shape number 797E, the artists initials EJB and gilders number 168. Made by Henry Tooth and Co at the Bretby Art Pottery, Woodville, Derbyshire. Image © 2018. Fair use license. via https://www.jockjenantiques.com/bretby-art-nouveau-ewer-or-jug-shape-797-henry-tooth-and-co

Designs for Minton by Scotsman Christopher Dresser. Porcelain. Living from 1834 to 1904, he trained as a botanist but also made some wonderful art. All of these with a lot of blue but he worked in pink and brown too.

Cachepot. 1875-1900.
Cachepot. 1875-1900. Aesthetic movement in style. Japonaise. Cloisonne. Decorated with a blue top band simulating sky above a green sea filled with colorful carp and stylized flowers and plants, all figures outlined with a fine line of gold. Image © James D. Julia and 2019 Morphy Auctions. Fair use license. via https://www.morphyauctions.com/jamesdjulia/item/2747-361/
U shaped vase. 1886 or 1889.
U shaped vase with Japanese and pre-Columbian influences. 1886 or 1889. Hard-paste porcelain. Image© 2000–2019 The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Fair use license. via https://www.metmuseum.org/toah/works-of-art/1988.30/
Piece for a dresser. No date.
Piece for a dresser. No date. Image 2019 Andrew Muir – Leading Clarice Cliff and 20th Century Ceramics Dealer. Fair use license. via https://andrew-muir.com/items/christopher-dresser-for-minton/322
Pair of quintal vases. 1850-1900.
Pair of quintal vases modeled on the Dutch tulipière. 1850-1900. Pseudo cloisonne porcelain. Turquoise ground enamel decorated with yellow and white flowers and geometric designs supported by dolphin masks on a shaped base. Image © 1999 – 2019 SKINNER, INC. Fair use license. via https://www.skinnerinc.com/auctions/2554B/lots/296

Vases with their own glorious scenery to match what you can see out the window. Maybe prettier. Scenic vellum vases, glazed stoneware from Rockwood Pottery of Cincinnati. 20th century. American.

Vellum glazed river scene vase. mid 20th c.
Vellum glazed river scene vase. mid 20th c. Painted by Edward Timothy Hurley for Rockwood. Stamped “RP XLVIII 6920” on the base. Image © 1stdibs, Inc. 2019. Fair use license. via https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/decorative-objects/vases-vessels/vases/rookwood-vellum-glazed-river-scene-vase-edward-timothy-hurley/id-f_8889123/
Scenic vellum vase with road and forest. 1922.
Scenic vellum vase with road and forest. 1922. Ceramic. Painted by Fred Rothenbusch for Rockwood. Image courtesy Rago Arts and Auction Center, Lambertville. Image © 2002-2019 LiveAuctioneers. Fair use license. via https://www.liveauctioneers.com/en-gb/item/61819281_f-rothenbusch-rookwood-scenic-vellum-vase
Scenic vellum vase. 1909.
Scenic vellum vase. 1909. Ceramic. Markings: Artist’s monogram incised on bottom, underglaze: “ETH.”, “V” impressed on bottom, underglaze: “RP” cipher with 14 flames, “IX” beneath “925 B/V”. Collection of the Cooper Hewitt Museum, New York. In the public domain. via https://collection.cooperhewitt.org/objects/18618515/
Scenic vellum ovoid vase. 1908.
Scenic vellum ovoid vase. 1908. Ceramic. Painted by Fred Rothenbusch for Rockwood. Image ©2019 Artnet Worldwide Corporation. Fair use license. via http://www.artnet.com/artists/rookwood-pottery/unusual-scenic-vellum-ovoid-vase-painted-by-fred-LiV5pB8gUrZ2ABdTBny6rA2