Etruria was the name of the factory that was added during two periods – 1840-1841 (very rare) and 1905 – 1925, with the added Barlaston added between 1939 and 1950s. Produced by Josiah Wedgwood from about 1759, and thus carried on into modern day by his heirs, the Wedgwood brand is highly collectible today. Made from a creamy luster ware porcelain with silver luster inlay on top and trimmed around the top rim and bottom of the piece; hound embossed handle, field hunters embossed on the body. The bottom is stamped in green with Wedgwood, Etruria & Barlaston, made in England with a red stamp CM5224 and ‘1’ along with a green 3. Excellent condition with no chips or cracks, c 1950s. Measures 4 ½ inches tall x 5 ½ inches long x 4 inches wide.