pearlware

веджвудский уэджвудский, иногда встречается написание "уеджвудский" фарфор с перламутровой глазурью

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  • pearlware — noun creamware …   Wiktionary

  • pearlware — n. a fine white glazed earthenware …   Useful english dictionary

  • Stephen Polito — (also known as Stephano, Stephani and Stephanus Polito) (1763/4–1814) was a menagerie owner of Italian descent in Georgian England.Polito was born in Italy. He owned a menagerie which he toured around England in the late 18th century. He went… …   Wikipedia

  • Josiah Spode — (23 March 1733 – 1797) was an English potter born in a village that is now part of Stoke on Trent. Spode was a pauper s son and also a pauper s orphan at the age of six. He earned renown in the pottery business by his only fortunate circumstance… …   Wikipedia

  • Spode — is an English manufacturer of pottery and porcelain, based in Stoke on Trent. The company was founded by Josiah Spode, who earned renown in the ceramic business for perfecting the blue underglaze printing process in 1784 and for co developing the …   Wikipedia

  • Creamware — For the software company, see Creamware (software company). Creamware Plate, 1780 1790 V A Museum no. 2302 1901 Creamware is a cream coloured, refined earthenware created about 1750 by the potters of Staffordshire, England, which proved ideal for …   Wikipedia

  • Rockingham Pottery — The Rockingham Pottery was a 19th century manufacturer of porcelain of international repute, supplying fine wares and ornamental pieces to royalty and the aristocracy in Britain and overseas, as well as manufacturing porcelain and earthenware… …   Wikipedia

  • Herculaneum Pottery — The Herculaneum Pottery was based in Toxteth, Liverpool between 1796 and 1840. They made creamware and pearlware pottery as well as bone china porcelain. A large percentage of their produce was exported to America and elsewhere. The company gave… …   Wikipedia

  • Mocha decorated pottery — is a type of dipped ware (slip decorated, lathe turned, utilitarian earthenware), mocha or mochaware, in addition to colored slip bands on white and buff colored bodies, is adorned with dendritic (tree like or branching) markings resembling the… …   Wikipedia

  • Forty Hall — is a manor house of the 1620s in Forty Hill in Enfield, north London. The house, a Grade I listed building, is today used as a museum by the London Borough of Enfield. Within the grounds is the site of the former Tudor Elsyng Palace.LocationForty …   Wikipedia

  • Paul Pry (play) — Infobox Play name = Paul Pry image size = caption = writer = John Poole chorus = characters = Paul Pry mute = setting = date of premiere = 1825 country of Origin = England original language = English series = subject = genre = Farce Paul Pry… …   Wikipedia

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