Queens Ware became an enormous success and spread the name of Wedgwood across all of Europe.
Today Queens Ware is highly collectable and very affordable.
1912 Powder blue decoration introduced 1953 Royal blue Jasper introduced to celebrate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth the II.
The Wedgwood company is a British pottery firm, originally founded by Josiah Wedgwood c1795, and possibly the most famous name ever associated with pottery.
Wedgwood 20th C designers included Keith Murray, CFA Voysey and Eric Ravilious.
He founded the wedgwood company and many of his descendants were closely involved in the management of the company.
Right down to the time of the merger with the Waterford Company.
Wedgwood was a constant innovator, a thinker, and a scientist.
The Wedgwood Collector is faced with many imitators and unscrupulous rival manufacturers who either traded on a relationship to the Wedgwood family by marking their wares so that the uninformed might buy them thinking that they were getting Wedgwood quality or left their products unmarked so that the buyer might attribute their work to the Wedgwood potteries.
Some of the imitators' work is quite good and would grace a collection of 18th and 19th century English potters work.
In 1782 he perfected a tool for measuring heat in kilns.
On the basis of his work Wedgwood was elected to the Royal Society in 1783.
It was widely copied and it exported all over Europe and the USA.