A rather quaint stoneware, even by its own criteria, if you check out the historic backdrop of tableware that was the pattern in the top course circles of Europe in the early 19th century. A Victorian tea set maintained in the British museum remains a much spoken about article in the middle of antique collectors and also connoisseurs of old stuff. The tea established as was the style in those times has 3 items, the sugar pot, milk pot as well as the kettle but what is so elegantly different concerning it is the reality that its made entirely of red stoneware with an ornately created silver-metallic decoration per of the 3 things. It was however in the famous ceramic company of Staffordshire, started and also run by Josiah Wedgwood that the collection was made in and also the documents suggest that the collection originated someplace round 1840-1845. Feeding the industry were huge dairy ranches that slowly shifted closer to cities as well as other city habitations. Wedgwood stays among the handful 19th century ceramics that remain in company till day.