Wedgwood had the merit of instituting an entirely new era in the manufacture of English pottery.
In the last house of all was an elaborate ceiling after the style of Wedgwood.
From all this is it not evident that Wedgwood too found his world full of shabby buyers?
Wedgwood had not only to educate his workmen, but he had also to educate the public.
Work was made there, too, with white figures on blue and colored grounds, much resembling the jasper ware made by Wedgwood.
I am greater in china; may not I look at the Wedgwood first?
Wedgwood's first vases were for use, although they were ornamental, too.
And now I believe I have done all my commissions except Wedgwood.
About 1763 Wedgwood leased a mine near St. Austell, using the clay for the manufacture of his well-known porcelain.
We then went to Wedgwood's, where my brother and Fanny chose a dinner-set.
type of English pottery, 1787, from Josiah Wedgwood (1730-1795), English potter.