Chelsea-Derby ware

Chelsea-Der·​by ware | \ -ˈdärbē-, -ˈdər- \

Definition of Chelsea-Derby ware

: soft paste porcelain made at Chelsea or Derby from the taking over of the Chelsea works by Derby in 1770 to their closing in 1784

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History and Etymology for Chelsea-Derby ware

from Chelsea and Derby, England

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“Chelsea-Derby ware.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 19 Sep. 2020.

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