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The surface was lustrous and smooth, with a purple-black sheen.Wedgwood’s factory could scarcely keep up with the demand for candlesticks, medallions, tableware, and vases in the material.The original manufactory was a pioneer of new products such as those modelled by William Greatbach, and those coloured with lead glazes developed by Josiah Wedgwood during his partnership with the Staffordshire potter Thomas whieldon.Wedgwood developed creamware, known as Queen’s Ware in honour of Queen Charlotte, that rivalled porcelain throughout Europe in the 1760s and 70s and competed with the endless supplies of chinese export porcelain.Today Queens Ware is highly collectable and very affordable.In 1768 Wedgwood developed a fine black porcelain called Black Basalt.Godfrey Wedgwood (1833-1905) son of Francis Wedgwood, partner from 1859 to 1891.He and his brothers reintroduced bone china c1876 and employed of the artists Thomas Allen and Emile Lessore.
It was widely copied and it exported all over Europe and the USA.
Financial difficulties caused him to offer the firm and the family home etruria hall, for sale soon after taking over the factory but fortunately for the company, only the hall was sold.
He continued as senior partner until his retirement to Barlaston Hall in 1876.
Jasper Ware is also famous for the bas relief applied to the sides, often in imitation of classical Greek motifs.
Jasper Ware has been in production for over 200 years, and in that time the methods of production have remained virually unchanged.