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Wedgwood

First established by Josiah Wedgwood I in 1759, Wedgwood has grown from a trailblazer of entrepreneurial spirit, pioneering philanthropy and innovative design into one of the foremost pottery creators in the world – with those values still intact. Josiah Wedgwood hasn’t been termed ‘the father of English pottery’ without reason: every Wedgwood plate, tea set and vase is still handmade by the label’s craftspeople to an exacting standard. So esteemed is the label’s reputation that Wedgwood china is often found in the homes and establishments of the most elevated members of society, from the Wedgwood tea pots favoured by Britain’s Queen Charlotte in the 18th century to the contemporary Wedgwood pottery still in operation within Buckingham Palace to this day, sealed with the Royal Warrant granted by Queen Elizabeth II in 1995.

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