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jasper ware,kind of WedgwoodWedgwood, Josiah,
1730–95, English potter, descendant of a family of Staffordshire potters and perhaps the greatest of all potters. At the age of nine he went to work at the plant owned by his brother Thomas in Burslem, and in 1751, with a partner, he started in business.
..... Click the link for more information. pottery in green, blue, lilac, and other colors, with characteristic Greek reliefs and designs.
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