Wedgwood Queen’s Ware: Worthy of the Crown

A solitary blue-and-white Wedgwood Queen’s Ware plate and coordinating linens serve as a stage for a charming gift wrapped in blue ribbon.Remembered as “the Father of English Potters,” Josiah Wedgwood built an enterprise that has reigned for more than 250 years. In 1759, he began experimenting with mixtures of clay in order to formulate earthenware that could contend with the porcelain industry and also make fine china more accessible to the working class. His creamware was not the first creation begat by these objectives, but it was certainly the highest quality.

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