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An opaque and heavy glazed stoneware, patented by the Masons' factory in Staffordshire in 1813. Stronger and more durable than porcelain or earthenware, it was used for dinner services and large vases or garnitures. It was often decorated with an Imari or Japan pattern.

Subjects: Decorative Arts, Furniture, and Industrial Design.

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