Wedgwood Queen’s Ware: Worthy of the Crown

Teacups and plates from Wedgwood’s Queen’s Ware pattern sit stacked atop a blue-and-white tray from the same service.By 1765, Wedgwood’s commodities had caught the palace’s attention, and Queen Charlotte ordered a tea set that pleased her so much the brand was granted the title “Potter to Her Majesty.” Eager to multiply this success, the businessman renamed his creamware line “Queen’s Ware,” a worthy appellation for so fine a product.

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