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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Cream-colored china pottery-ware, especially the Wedgwood ware known by that name. See ware.


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  • In 1770 Josiah Wedgwood was commissioned by the Empress Catherine of Russia, to make a cream-ware dinner service, each piece painted with different views of British scenery, houses and landmarks.

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