Queensware

Queensware

(ˈkwiːnzˌwɛə) or

Queen's ware

n
(Ceramics) a type of light white earthenware with a brilliant glaze developed from creamware by Josiah Wedgwood and named in honour of his patroness, Queen Charlotte
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Blue Bird is a casual updated archival pattern featuring birds on branches honoring the origins of queensware.
She spoke about the many furnishings--pictures, ceramics, Creamware and Queensware glassware--that belonged to the generations of the family that had occupied the tavern for six generations.
QI HAVE a white Wedgwood Queensware trinket dish or box with a lid decorated in blue.
At the Exclusive Wedgwood Shop you can buy a selection of Wedgwood fine bone china, Black Basalt, Queensware, Coalport, several other prestigious brands and, of course, Jasper - Josiah Wedgwood's best-known creation.
Neither the women who confuse champagne glasses with ice cream dishes nor the boys who mistake Marian's "silver dishes" for those "from the stock in Wernz's queensware store" can claim to understand the subtleties of Marian's inner psyche as do Niel and the Captain (136).
It includes Queensware and non-ornamented Jasperware vases, clocks and picture frames that are large in size.
And you can shop for jasper, black basalt, Queensware, Coalport and other prestigious brands.