Josiah Wedgwood

NOUN
  1. English potter (1730-1795)
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  • If was used to imitate Josiah Wedgwood's rosso ant-leo and black basalt stoneware and was often decorated.
  • One of the leading glass makers of the early 19th century classical revival in Bohemia was Count Von Buquoy, who, in 1817, successfully produced an opaque black glass that resembled Josiah Wedgwood's black basalt stoneware.
  • In an early-nineteenth-century book — attributed to Mayer Oppenheim — about English-style pottery, prominent references are made to Torbern Bergman, Jean-Henri Hassenfratz, René Réaumur, Johann Heinrich Pott, and Louis-Nicolas Vauquelin, all authors of publications about ceramics manufacture or about some aspect of that subject. 10 Oppenheim mentions the potters Josiah Wedgwood and Bernard Palissy, names a connoisseur would recognize although neither was then alive. The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe
  • The ceramics of Josiah Wedgwood and Josiah Spode also date back to that time.
  • Josiah Wedgwood brought this ware to a high state of development and in 1763 named it Queensware for Queen Charlotte.
  • Josiah Wedgwood used "Dr. Turner's brown varnish" to put an antiqued bronze surface on pottery. 1 Metals were varnished to protect them from rust, preserve their luster without constant polishing, deepen their color or patinate the surface. The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe
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