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Wedgwood

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishWedgwoodWedg‧wood /ˈwedʒwʊd/ trademark  a type of fine china, such as plates or bowls, made by the company Wedgwood, which was established in the 18th century in the UK. Wedgwood china is often pale blue or pale green, with white designs or figures on it. The blue colour used in Wedgwood china is sometimes called Wedgwood blue.
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