Caneware

Caneware is a tan-colored, unglazed stoneware that was first developed by Josiah Wedgwood about 1770. In 1795, caneware game pie dishes were made to look like the pastry crust of a game pie. Caneware has been made by many companies since that time and is often used for cooking or serving utensils. 

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Pattern or Item
Teapot
Category
Description
Cover, Bamboo Rims, Handle & Spout, Bacchanalian Boys, 1780s, 5 1/2 In.
Year Priced
2001