Queen's Ware

Josiah Wedgwood presented a creamware breakfast service to Queen Charlotte in 1762. He then permitted to call himself “Potter to the Queen.” And, more importantly, the earthenware pottery gained a title of its own—Queen’s Ware. Lightweight, smooth, and rich with a brilliant, even glaze, it is a sheer delight.

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