- pottery produced, esp during the late 18th and early 19th centuries, at the Wedgwood
- such pottery having applied classical decoration in white on a blue or other coloured
- relating to or characteristic of such pottery ⇒
- Josiah. 1730–95, British potter and industrialist, who founded several pottery works near
Stoke-on-Trent in Staffordshire
Example Sentences Including 'Wedgwood'
"She had blue eyes the colour of Wedgwood china, and I noticed that her hands were free of hardware.
Andrew McClintock raised his eyes to the ceiling, seeming to survey the delicate moulding, the Wedgwood medallions.
The Ambassador's Women
For each one, Wedgwood is donating $5 to the hospital, to be matched by William Ashley for each sale at its stores.
Globe and Mail (2003)
Mumbai's social chit-chat will no longer be confined to, "Have you got a Wedgwood ?
India Today (2000)
Once, she accidentally broke one of Sheila's Wedgwood plates and stuffed the two broken bits under the sofa.
GYPSY MASALA (2004)
The lack of support from any of the institutional shareholders begs the question: why didn't Waterford Wedgwood canvass their support?
Irish Times (2002)
There was nothing distinctively `Josiah Wedgwood ' about the forms of the pieces themselves.
JOSIAH WEDGWOOD: Entrepreneur to the Enlightenment (2004)
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