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XIAO ZHAN

Xiao Zhan is both charming and professional, with an elegance and confidence that perfectly resonates with our brand values of heritage, craftsmanship and innovation. Xiao Zhan’s passion, love and dedication made him the perfect fit to be the first ever Global Brand Ambassador in Wedgwood’s history.

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BEYOND WEDGWOOD BLUE

Ruthmere's blockbuster exhibit, Beyond Wedgwood Blue, was displayed at the Havilah Beardsley House in Summer of 2021. This catalogue features information about the exhibit, biographical information about Josiah Wedgwood, and the rich history of the Wedgwood ceramics company.

MELANCHOLY WEDGWOOD

Melancholy Wedgwood traces the multiple strands in the life of the ceramic entrepreneur Josiah Wedgwood (1730–1795) to propose an alternative view of eighteenth-century England’s tenuous relationship to our own lives and times, amid the ruins of late-capitalist modernity.

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THE WOMAN WHO SAVED WEDGWOOD

In 1909, Daisy Makeig-Jones was hired by the Wedgwood firm in Staffordshire, England, to decorate pottery. She would go on to develop the “Fairyland” luster pattern, which combined dazzling iridescent glazes with motifs from fairytales and would serve to revitalize the Wedgwood brand.

THE PORTLAND VASE
MANIA AND MUSE

On display at the Crocker Art Museum

June 9, 2024 — September 8, 2024

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WEDGWOOD
CRAFT & DESIGN

Read Catrin Jones' new book with foreword by Tristram Hunt looking back at key moments in Wedgwood's design history, celebrating the manufacturer's unmatched design from its founding in 1759 to the present day.

IN MEMORIAM

Frank Brookes
Wedgwood Master Potter

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