Ceramics: Britain's Royal Potter

To most people, Wedgwood is just their cup of tea. The name of the British pottery firm, founded in 1759, connotes what Steuben does to glass or Gobelin to tapestries. Today Wedgwood, under the direction of the founder's great-great-great-grandson, has kept pace with the 20th century, has a complete line of modern ceramic ware. But the firm still continues to make many of the wares that Josiah Wedgwood originally designed. Not a whit of the craftsmanship that makes Wedgwood endure has changed. A current exhibition at the Paine Art Center and Arboretum...

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