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What are some Wedgwood dishes patterns?

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Some Wedgwood dish patterns include Edme, Wild Strawberries, Lace Platinum and Intalgio. Edme is an older pattern that was introduced in 1908. The tableware is a cream-colored earthenware with a motif of laurel leaves.

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Wild Strawberries has a pattern of strawberry fruit, leaves and flowers. The plates are rimmed with 22-carat gold to add an elegant touch. This pattern was introduced in 1965.

Intalgio, introduced in 2009, is made of white bone china embossed with keys and beads and finished with a white glaze. The Lace Platinum pattern was designed by Vera Wang as part of a bridal collection. Different sized plates have different patterns, with the 8-inch plate edged with platinum-colored lace and decorated with floral sprays.

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