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Famous English Potters
Of course Wedgwood wasn't the only successful ceramic industrialist in Britain. Check out some of his competitors, like Doulton or Spode.

Lady Lever Art Gallery
Online access to the Wedgwood collection of the Lady Lever Art Gallery, including extensive jasperware.

Signature Marks
Another Wedgwood authentication page

Josiah Wedgwood on the potteries.org
A personal site devoted to Wedgwood. Also a good resource.

The Life of Josiah Wedgwood
The life story of Josiah Wedgwood, a great pioneer of his time

Wedgwood Family History Page
From the descendants of Josiah Wedgwood.

Wedgwood Museum
Contains the world's greatest collection of Wedgwood ceramics, ranging from a unique collection of Josiah Wedgwood’s original trials for the perfection of Queen's Ware, later delivered in the form of a 900+ piece dinner service to Catherine the Great of Russia in 1774, to a rare 5 foot high Exhibition Vase, decorated by Emile Lessore, the only one of its kind in Britain.

Wedgwood Society of Boston
A good resource site on Wedgwood.

Wedgwood Society of Great Britain
A society dealing with contemporary and antique Wedgwood ceramics.

Wedgwood Society of NSW
An appreciation group interested in the products of Josiah Wedgwood, FRS (1730-1795) and his successors to the present day; based in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

Wedgwood Society of Washington, D.C.
F ounded in 2000 and incorporated in 2005, the WSWDC was formed to provide a forum in which Wedgwood enthusiasts could come together and share their common interest – Wedgwood!

More Wedgwood links from the WSWDC

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