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Late-19th-C. Pitcher on OneKingsLane.comLate-19th-century squared Masons ironstone pitcher with metal lid. A well-known face on London’s vintage circuit, with her own stall on the world famous Portobello antique market, Scottish-born Emma Caderni is widely cherished for her specialist knowledge, natural eclecticism, and style.
Spode c. 1800. Named for the hard mineral, Jasper is a very glassy, very dense stoneware - almost, but not quite, porcelain. After hundreds of experiments, Josiah Wedgwood perfected jasper for production of plaques and medallions in about 1774, with larger vases and decorative items possible after about 1780. Other potters, including Spode, were soon making similar wares . Jasper's popularity and production continue into the 21st century.