spongeware

spongeware

(ˈspʌndʒˌwɛə)
n
(Ceramics) a type of pottery with patterns applied by sponge
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The second mug features a classic hand-applied spongeware design, with Prince Harry and Markle's name, wedding date, and a blue and red regal scroll.
In Scotland, and the Borders, spongeware bowls for domestic use were commonplace in the 19th century.
Priced at PS19.95, the mug features classic spongeware design applied by hand, with the words "Harry & Meghan are engaged" in pale blue surrounded by two red scrolls.
Priced at [pounds sterling]19.95, the mug features a classic spongeware design applied by hand, with the words "Harry & Meghan are engaged" in pale blue surrounded by two red scrolls.
Beautifully-presented linens are also a speciality in the fair with classic antiques such as Gaudy Welsh, Lustreware and Spongeware. Furniture is also for sale.
JOHNSON BROTHERS TAKES a chic approach to country living with Meadow Daisy, a pattern with a handcrafted feel that reflects spongeware designs of the past.
The shop and house are filled with dozens of pieces of 18th- and 19th-century furniture, plus Norton-Bennington stoneware, yellowware, and spongeware pottery.
These new dealers will add fresh interest to the high quality ceramics including spongeware on show at the fair.
Other items include a 12-piece Spode dinnerware set, a Fenton Glass vase, a Spongeware pitcher and bowl set, a dried flower wreath made by a small company in Amish country, a teddy bear from Boyd's and feather-filled mattress pads made by Pacific Coast Feather.