Depicting Wyon’s version of Canova’s Three Graces, the Wedgwood Three Graces was handmade at the Wedgwood factory, exclusively for the Commonwealth Mint.
The iconic brand Wedgwood was founded in 1759 by renowned industrialist and philanthropist Josiah Wedgwood; and Jasper Ware was then invented by him in the 1770’s. To this day it is still one of the most sought after and collected ceramics in the world. The mintage limit of 3,000 reflects the number of trial samples it took before Josiah perfected the technique.
|Date Of Issue||2018|
|Issuing Authority||Tristan Da Cunha|
|Material||N/A - Wedgewood Jasperware|
|Obverse||Portrait of Queen Elizabeth II|