Wedgwood


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English potter (1730-1795)

a type of pottery made by Josiah Wedgwood and his successors

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Since Josiah Wedgwood began manufacturing exactly 250 years ago, how fitting it is that 'his' museum should have been voted the UK's best, thus winning the pounds 100,000 Art Fund Prize.
BEYOND THE EXHIBITION: c5 Restaurant/Lounge offers a modern take on traditional afternoon tea, served on contemporary Wedgwood fine china.
Among the sites saved are the flagship Waterford Crystal visitor centre and factory in Kilbarry and the Wedgwood pottery Royal Doulton plant in Staffordshire.
Deloitte, the administrators of Waterford Wedgwood, have agreed in principle to sell the china business, which was merged with Waterford Crystal in 1987, to KPS Capital, an investor specialising in buying distressed assets.
The group are best known for Wedgwood, Royal Doulton and Waterford crystal brands.
Wedgwood product [has been] relevant and trend-right for 250 years," said Lou Scala, president of Wedgwood and chief marketing officer of Waterford Wedgwood USA.
In addition, it confirmed that Waterford Wedgwood POS images are installed during the manufacturing process, with Dell On-site Services supporting the nationwide deployment.
By 1932 Wedgwood had secured official backing in principle for his pet project of a History of Parliament covering the period up to 1832; but frustratingly denied official funding, he went about another way to attract financial support, seeking individual subscriptions.
DID you know that Wedgwood can produce a classic teacup every six seconds?
In June, Waterford Wedgwood PLC announced its intention to sell its Pennsylvania-based subsidiary All-Clad Metalcrafters to French kitchenware and small appliances giant Groupe SEB for $250 million in cash, pending approval by shareholders and the Federal Trade Commission.
THE winner of our Sir Stanley Matthews Scholarship will receive an exclusive hand-painted Wedgwood trophy.
MEMBERS of the Wedgwood family have welcomed a pledge from billionaire John Caudwell to save a priceless collection from being lost to the region - but only if it remains in trust.
Enoch Booth of Tunstall is generally credited with its invention in the 1740s but the man who took it to new heights of delicacy and sophistication was Josiah Wedgwood I.