This is made from the early variety of Jasper-ware known as "dip". This is easily identified because the colour is not solid - Note the white back.
This is easily identified because the colour is not solid - Note the white back.
Robert Adams developed the "Adam Style", and his theory of "movement" in architecture based on his studies of antiquity, elevated him to become one of the most successful and fashionable architects in the country.
Are you able to tell if its solid black or dipped in black? Many of the decorative Ancient Greek designs, like the one on your Wedgwood item are based on the contributions by the Adams family of Scottish architects/artists who brought neo classicism into vogue in England in the Eighteenth Century.
If the article is authentic and in good condition you might consider getting it appraised & valued by the experts. I'd just like to know how old it is or what it's worth. Ashley thanks for writing in with your Wedgewood ring question.