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Josiah Wedgwood: Tea and coffee service, c. 1775. Transfer-printed in purple enamel by Guy Green of Liverpool. Victoria & Albert Museum, London
Josiah Wedgwood: Tea and coffee service, c. 1775. Transfer-printed in purple enamel by Guy Green of Liverpool. Victoria & Albert Museum, London
English loving-cup, 1774
English loving-cup, 1774
Wedgwood ice-bucket (glacier) in three parts, 1770–1775, Queen's ware
Wedgwood ice-bucket (glacier) in three parts, 1770–1775, Queen's ware
Josiah Wedgwood: Four creamware plates depicting Aesop's Fables. Burslem, about 1771–1775. Printed by Guy Green, Liverpool. On display at the British
Josiah Wedgwood: Four creamware plates depicting Aesop's Fables. Burslem, about 1771–1775. Printed by Guy Green, Liverpool. On display at the British Museum, London.
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Painted, incised and glazed earthenware. Dated 10th century, Iran. New York Metropolitan Museum of Art
Painted, incised and glazed earthenware. Dated 10th century, Iran. New York Metropolitan Museum of Art
Top section of a water jug or habb. Earthenware. Late 12th-early 13th century Iraq or Syria. Brooklyn Museum
Top section of a water jug or habb. Earthenware. Late 12th-early 13th century Iraq or Syria. Brooklyn Museum
Tea served in a kulhar, which are disposable earthenware teacups in South Asia
Tea served in a kulhar, which are disposable earthenware teacups in South Asia
Terracotta flower pots with terracotta tiles in the background
Terracotta flower pots with terracotta tiles in the background