caneware

caneware

(ˈkeɪnˌwɛə)
n
a type of unglazed, tan-coloured stoneware, developed around 1770 by Josiah Wedgwood
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Within the new collection, there are many references to earlier themes and motifs employed by Wedgwood designers, particularly those derived from ancient mythologies; the worlds of classical Greece and Rome; Egyptian-revival and the I craze for archaeological treasures; the exoticism of the Far East and Chinese Caneware, produced from 1770 onwards.
In the interest of brevity and simplicity, this paper omits discussion of other Wedgwood ceramic types used to make tableware (principally pearlware, but also caneware, basalt, and jasper) and the entire category of ornamental wares.