|Mudlarking Find: Jasperware stoneware|
He named it after the stone 'jasper', the white version, the 'base' colour of this pottery. The stoneware was then stained with oxides, either pale blue, dark blue, green, brown, black or yellow. The oxide permeated throughout in the early versions and is termed 'solid'. Costs were later cut by dipping so only the surface was coloured.
|1789-1795 Jasperware Teapot (V&A)|
Contrasting neoclassical bas- relief designs made this his trademark design and a wide range of products were produced, cameos, vases, portrait medallions and tableware.
|Tea Canister 1795- 1800 (V&A)|
|Anti Slavery Medallion 1787 (V&A)|