Jasperware can be made in different ways. Some pieces are made from a solid colored clay with applied raised designs of a contrasting colored clay. Other pieces are made entirely of one color clay with raised decorations that are glazed with a contrasting color. Jasperware is the most famous of the Wedgwood products. It is a nonporous pottery made in many colors. Additional pieces of jasperware may also be listed in the Wedgwood category or under various art potteries. For more information, explore our identification guides for Wedgwood and American, British, and general pottery.