Jackfield ware was originally a black glazed pottery made in Jackfield, England, from 1750 to 1775. Early examples of Jackfield ware had Jacobite inscriptions and were popularized by Thomas Wheldon. A yellow glazed ware has also been called Jackfield ware. Most of the pieces referred to as Jackfield today are black-glazed, red-clay wares made at the Jackfield Pottery in Shropshire, England, in Victorian times.
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|Jackfield||Creamer||Cow, Lid, Black Glaze, Gilt Accents, England, Early 1800s, 6 1/2 In. , Illustrated||2010||Login / Create Account for Price||Jackfield||Mug||Blaze Glaze, Baluster, late 1800s, 5 In.||2010||Login / Create Account for Price||Jackfield||Pitcher||Black Glaze, Applied Loop Handle, c.1770, 4 In.||2010||Login / Create Account for Price||Jackfield||Vase||Art Deco Zigzag, Black, Orange, Victorian Shape, 1930, 6 In.||2010||Login / Create Account for Price||Jackfield||Coffeepot||Black, Camel-form Spout, Bird Finial, Chain, 18th Century, 12 1/2 In.||1996||Login / Create Account for Price||Jackfield||Teapot||18th Century||1996||Login / Create Account for Price||Jackfield||Creamer||Cow||1995||Login / Create Account for Price||Jackfield||Creamer||Cow, Black, Gold Accents||1995||Login / Create Account for Price||Jackfield||Figurine||Spaniel, 13 In.||1995||Login / Create Account for Price||Jackfield||Inkwell||Floral Baroque Form, 3 3/4 In.||1995||Login / Create Account for Price|