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Jasperware has been made continuously by the firm since 1775, and also much imitated.In the 18th century, however, it was table china in the refined earthenware creamware that represented most of the sales and profits.by the English potter and entrepreneur Josiah Wedgwood.It was rapidly successful and was soon one of the largest manufacturers of Staffordshire pottery, "a firm that has done more to spread the knowledge and enhance the reputation of British ceramic art than any other manufacturer", exporting across Europe as far as Russia, and to the Americas.Louis - English Ironstone - Made in England - 1983 St.Thank you for your interest in selling Royal Doulton Westwood - T. We buy tableware sets that are in excellent condition (used occasionally, not every day) dating back to the 1960s, not collectable figurines or antiques, and only buy and collect items from the United Kingdom.In the later 19th century it returned to being a leader in design and technical innovation, as well as continuing to make many of the older styles.Despite increasing local competition in its export markets, the business continued to flourish in the 19th and early 20th centuries, remaining in the hands of the Wedgwood family, but after World War II it began to contract, along with the rest of the English pottery industry.

He enlisted in the Australian Imperial Force in early 1916, and joined the 43rd Battalion.This new form, perfected as white pearlware (from 1780), sold extremely well across Europe, and to America.In 1766, Wedgwood bought Etruria, a large Staffordshire estate, as both a home and factory site; the factory was producing from 1769, initially making ornamental wares, while the "useful" tablewares were still made in Burslem.We are unable to buy everything that is offered to us, and realise that selling your china can feel like a daunting task.So if you have lots of items to sell or would just like more information drop us an email at [email protected] or give us a call on 01926 512402.

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