Drabware (Newer) by Wedgwood
8-Piece Salad Plate Set
Well, maybe the name’s not so pretty, but the china is attractive, durable, and has interesting historic roots! Early
Drabware was developed from Josiah Wedgwood’s creamware, the high-quality, inexpensive tableware he developed for England’s middle class households in the 18th century.
Drabware, introduced in the 1820s (after Joshiah Wedgwood’s death), was sometimes referred to as “stained creamware,” brown in color, and produced both in glazed and unglazed versions. The early versions of Wedgwood
Drabware dropped out of production in the 1860s.
The 20th century saw a resurgence of
Drabware. Introduced in the 1980s in lighter, “oatmeal” colors, and more decorative shapes, the pattern enjoyed wide popularity. In 1999 and 2000, production of
Drabware was once again active. Take advantage of these remarkable savings for genuine Wedgwood china!
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