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The Wedgwood Society of Washington D.C. was formed in 2000 to promote the education and enjoyment of Wedgwood collectors in the mid-Atlantic area. Wedgwood enthusiasts and collectors meet several times a year to share their research in the form of lectures, newsletters and other educational forums. Membership is open to anyone with an interest in Wedgwood . Our meetings are open to the public and we welcome all who appreciate the art and timeless beauty of Wedgwood.


Join the WSWDC


We welcome all those interested in learning about Wedgwood.


Our in-person meetings and lectures are free and open to all. Meetings are normally held at the Total Wine McLean, Virginia and conclude with refreshments and complimentary wine tasting.

Currently we are presenting our lectures and meetings on the ZOOM platform to our members in good standing. One benefit of the ZOOM meetings is allowing our out of town members to join us.

Your membership also includes a subscription  to our informative newsletter the Capital Wedgwoodian.

Join our international membership today. You can join using the convenient PayPal feature below or download our membership form located in the Membership section.


Upcoming Events


Dr. Patricia Matthew

The next WSWDC meeting

will be on Sunday,

March 24, 2024 - 2:00 pm


WSWDC will welcome Dr. Patricia Matthew on Of Teapots and Sugar Bowls: The Limits of Abolitionist Sentiment. Using teapots and other domestic objects, this talk will focus on how the black iconography sparked by Wedgwood’s famous medallion represented and continues to symbolize fascinating and complex interpretations of race, gender, and power.

Wedgwood WSWDC salt glazed inkwell pipe holder postal scales

Contact us with your questions about

the Society and Wedgwood collecting. However, please note that the

WSofWDC cannot provide appraisals

nor purchase collections.

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Visit our LINKS page


We updated our LINKS page with the V&A's

Twitter feed link devoted to Wedgwood.

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Wedgwood creamware abolition teapot,

c. 1760-80
(photo courtesy of Birmingham Museums Trust)

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