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Queen's ware "Nautilus" shape tureen and ladle, c1790. Josiah I was a keen amateur conchologist.

Edme teapot, cream ware or Queen's ware

Wedgwood Queen's Ware Mantel Clock

Queen's ware soup tureen, printed with a landscape after a wood engraving by thomas Bewick, c1777. The "Bewick" pattern was reintroduced on Queen's ware in the 1950s.

Wedgewood's Queen's ware

Wedgwood Queens Ware Yale University Plate

Wedgwood Queen's Ware plates, ca. 1860.

Coffee Pot by Wedgewood, 1759. Queens ware and cream-coloured earthenware with deep-green glaze.

Wedgwood Queens Ware Strawberry Decorated Teapot

Queen's ware table centerpiece (epergne) as illustrated in Wedgwood's 1774 Catalogue.

Majolica dolphin candlestick, c1870. Wedgwood candlesticks of this form also appear in black basaltes and Queen's ware. They are believed to have been originally moldeled by Josiah I.

Wedgwood & Bentley - Queen's Ware Dolphin Candlestick

A selection of Liverpool overglaze printing on Wedgwood Queen's ware, c1770-80.

Porphyry ware vase, c1775. The Queen's ware body is surface-decorated to simulate porphry stone.

Queen's ware mug, overglaze-printed with a hunting scene, a typical Sadler and Green print, c1770.

Queen's ware rococo coffee pot, overglaze-printed with "Liverpool Birds" by Guy Green, c1775.

Representative pieces from an extensive Queen's ware dinner and dessert service, c1810.

herend--queen victoria

Small pearlware plate commemorating the coronation of Queen Victoria, circa 1838

“Apollo and Muses” amphora shape vase Josiah Wedgwood’s Etruria factory Staffordshire, England; about 1787.

Mom's sprig ware and such nestled in her pine cabinet.