Learn about Wedgwood Creamware / Queens Ware

Creamware, also known as "Queens Ware" is the cream-coloured English earthenware developed by Josiah Wedgwood in the 1760s. The invention of creamware was the result of experimentation in order to find a British substitute for imported Chinese porcelain, and the cream colour was considered a fault at the time. The lightweight fine white earthenware with a clean rich yellowish proved ideal for domestic ware. Royal patronage boosted sales. In 1765 Queen Charlotte, the consort of King George III placed an order for a 12 place tea set and allowed Wedgwood to use the name "Queens Ware" for the line. In 1770 Wedgwood produced a creamware dinner service of 952 pieces supplied to Catherine II the Great of Russia. Other potteries such as Doulton, Neale & Co. and Spode produced smaller quantities of creamware. Creamware continued to be made throughout the 19th century and later.
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Wedgwood, cream ware footbath, c. 1820, of oval form with two loop handles on each side, impressed 'Wedgwood P' to underside, height 28 cm width 44 cm depth 34 cm. Provenance: Shapiro Auctioneers, L. Richard Smith collection of Wedgwood, lot 269, S

Wedgwood, a large 'Australian Flora' porcelain serving platter, 1882, creamware, transfer printed and hand painted decoration adapted from designs by Helena Forde, Australia, 1879, made by Wedgwood, England, 1882, stamped and printed: Wedgwood Aust

A Wedgwood creamware teapot and saucer, squat circular shape with moulded pattern, the lid with dog finial. c. 81.7 cm

Two antique Wedgwood Creamware open worked baskets with Underplates

A large Wedgwood Creamware footed bowl, circa 1912. The bowl with short festooned handles and a flaring pedestal, decorated to the interior and exterior in underglaze blue with sailing ships in a harbour setting surrounded by antique buildings, with a deep

Two Wedgwood 'Edme' Creamware tureens, second half 20th century, the classically styled pedestal tureens with gadrooned bodies and laurel leaf moulded rims and ram's head handles, one with a conforming lid; black backstamp underside with mark of Etruria an

A Wedgwood Queens ware cream bowl with grapevine border, circa 1920, 23 cm diameter, 3 similarly decorated plates and a grape pattern part dinner set

19th century Wedgwood creamware dish 29.5 cm x 18 cm, 4 cm high approx

A Wedgwood creamware porcelain basket, English, 18th century. 33 cm diameter

A fine Wedgwood cream ware cup and saucer with feather moulding to each and a mauve print of fancy birds to each piece. Intertwined handle with moulded terminals. Impressed Wedgwood. Circa 1835

A fine, probably Wedgwood, cream ware plate of Queen's shape, with a shaped wavy edge and decorated with a print of fancy birds in red. Six other prints of birds to the edge, probably by Saddler & green. Unmarked, circa 1780, width 15 cm

A Wedgwood Creamware dish, 1884, an oval shaped dish with an impressed basket weave design to the raised sides and green embellishments, painted to the centre with a loose spray of roses, tulips and forget-me-nots; impressed marks underside. Height 4.5 cm.

A Wedgwood painted Creamware side plate, circa 1810, circular, the border painted with continuous interlaced anthemia in red and black within black lines to the edge, impressed mark underside, diameter: 18 cm

A Wedgwood Creamware ewer painted by Emile Lessore, 1860s/'70s, lekythos form, the body painted with period English figures within branchwork-framed panels, one signed, impressed and painted marks underside. Height 23 cm

A Wedgwood Creamware covered vase painted by D. Clowes, 20th century, baluster-shaped with a pair of tall pierced foliate handles, blue and gilt foliate decoration throughout, the body painted to both sides with roses, one side signed, impressed number 201

Eleven rare Wedgwood Creamware Australian flora plates and a soup bowl, 1882-1885, comprising of native fuschia, Sturt's desert pea, flannel flower, bleeding heart waratah, boronia, lobelia, NSW christmas bush, native rose, bleeding heart, common fringe-li

Wedgwood Queens Ware Taurus, the bull figure modelled by a Machin transfer printed zodiac pattern by E Ravilious c1945, impressed and printed marks, 41 cm. Length

Wedgwood cream ware half fruit set comprising comport and 6 plates. Printed with designs of children in Chinese attire and surround by a collection of mottos. Comport raised in three paw feet. 1898

Two Wedgwood cream ware dishes. Oval, with pierced borders and basket weave diameter 26 cm