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The Caramanian series alone included over a dozen different views.Spode teawares bat printed in black on drabware, a form of coloured earthenware.Antique shape jug in earthenware with applied sprig mouldings of Bacchanalian cherubs and fruiting vines c.1820.Sprig mouldings are most famously associated with Wedgwood’s Jasperwares, but were in fact applied by a number of Staffordshire potters.Spode’s Felspar Porcelain, a variety of Bone China, was developed in 1821 and subsequently became the standard formula for most English Bone China.The trade name Felspar Porcelain was used in order to compete with Coalport, who were successfully branding their wares as Felspar Porcelain.Josiah Spode I died suddenly in 1797 and it fell to his son Josiah Spode II to continue and perfect his father’s developments.

Ball shape tea pot , sugar box and creamer with Bute shape tea cup and saucer c.1820 Spode Octagonal shape tea wares in Felspar Porcelain.In 1766, Wedgwood created a new form of earthenware, a low-fired pottery, that impressed the British Queen consort so much, she officially named it "Queen's Ware." This catapulted Wedgwood to a highly respected status.Since then, Wedgwood has had continued success and popularity, with many of Josiah Wedgwood's descendants being involved in the management of the company.He is particularly recognised as having developed the technique for underglaze transfer printing on earthenware c.1784 and to have produced the first printed “Willow” patterns 1784-90s.He focused his attention on the manufacture of porcelain, a technically more difficult but much finer material than he had previously made, introducing in 1796 a new type of porcelain which he first called “Stoke China” but shortly afterwards renamed “Bone China”, because of the high proportion of calcined ox-bone in its formula.

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