creamware

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creamware

(ˈkriːmˌwɛə)
n
(Ceramics) a type of earthenware with a deep cream body developed about 1720 and widely produced. See also Queensware
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creamware

High-quality earthenware perfected by Josiah Wedgwood in eighteenth-century Staffordshire, England.
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David Jones will also be showing off his extensive collection of fine quality sponge ware, some early Pratt ware and rare Chinese porcelain.
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David Jones will be showing off his extensive collection of fine quality sponge ware, some early Pratt ware and rare Chinese porcelain.
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For the more discerning collectors there will be some rare pieces of Chinese porcelain, some dating back to the 16th century and some early Pratt ware.
David Jones will be standing at the fair with his extensive collection of fine quality sponge ware, some early Pratt ware, and a collection of extremely rare Chinese bronzes will take pride of place.
David Jones will again be showing off his extensive collection of fine quality sponge ware, some early Pratt ware, a collection of rare Chinese bronzes and porcelain and an impressive collection of Scottish pottery.
David will also be showing off his extensive collection of fine quality sponge ware, some early Pratt ware and a range of miniature pottery to include some rare children's plates and mugs dating from the 18th century.
David Jones will have a stand at the fair for the first time and has an extensive collection of sponge ware, some early Pratt ware plus a whole range of miniature pottery including rare children's plates and mugs from the 18th Century.
David Jones will be there for the first time and has an extensive collection of sponge ware, some early Pratt ware plus a range of miniature pottery that includes some rare children's plates and mugs dating from the 18th century.