Wedgewood Pottery
Led by the ambitious, energetic, and enterprising Josiah Wedgwood and his successors at the Etruria factory, English potters in the late 18th and early 19th centuries became resourceful and inventive. Wedgwood's contributions consisted mainly of a much improved creamware, his celebrated jasperware, so-called black basalt, and a series of fine figures created by famous modelers and artists. After Wedgwood, other potters of the first half of the 19th century developed a number of new wares. Of these, Parian ware was the most outstanding and commercially successful.
Wedgwood Colonnade Black Set of (4) Salad Plates, 8 1 8" PayPal

Wedgwood Colonnade Black  Set of (4) Salad Plates,  8 1 8"

Price: $65.44
Time Left: 32m
Wedgwood Astor (1) Cereal Bowl, 6 1 8" PayPal

Wedgwood Astor (1) Cereal Bowl,  6 1 8"

Price: $82.66
Time Left: 32m