BRITISH COLOUR STANDARD - Duesbury Green No.104


BRITISH COLOUR STANDARD - Duesbury Green No.104

This name, hitherto rarely known outside the world of ceramics, is called after William Duesbury, the potter, who bought the Chelsea china factory from James Cox in 1770 and founded the china business in Derby, England, where Chelsea-Derby was first made.

Duesbury Green is a ground laid colour, a process invented at Derby about 1814.



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