Detail View: The AMICA Library: BLACK BASALT VASE

AMICA ID: 
VAM_.131-1878
AMICA Library Year: 
2002
Object Type: 
Decorative Arts and Utilitarian Objects
Creator Name: 
Josiah Wedgwood and Sons
Creator Dates/Places: 
production began 1759
Creator Name-CRT: 
Josiah Wedgwood and Sons
Creator Name: 
Wedgwood, Josiah
Creator Dates/Places: 
1730 - 1795
Gender: 
M
Creator Name-CRT: 
Josiah Wedgwood
Creator Name: 
Kirschner, Friedrich
Creator Dates/Places: 
1748 - 1789
Gender: 
M
Creator Name-CRT: 
Friedrich Kirschner
Title: 
BLACK BASALT VASE
View: 
Front
Creation Date: 
1780 - 1790
Creation Start Date: 
1780
Creation End Date: 
1790
Materials and Techniques: 
Black Basalt
Creation Place: 
Made at Josiah Wedgwood's factory, Etruria, Staffordshire
Dimensions: 
22.86 x 13.5
Measurement Dimension: 
height
Measurement Value: 
22.86
Measurement Unit: 
cm
Measurement Dimension: 
width
Measurement Value: 
13.5
Measurement Unit: 
cm
AMICA Contributor: 
Victoria and Albert Museum
Owner Location: 
London, England
ID Number: 
131-1878
Credit Line: 
Bequeathed by A.S. Hobson
Copyright: 
Permission for educational use only granted by the Victoria and Albert Museum 2002
Rights: 
Context - Place: 
Staffordshire, United Kingdom
Related Image Identifier Link: 
VAM_.ct65911.TIF