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The Dudson Factory Outlet, where tableware made for the hospitality industry is available to the general public, is just a mile from the museum.

It is white by nature but stained with metallic oxide colors; its most common shade in commerce is pale blue, but dark blue, lilac, sage green, black, and yellow are also used, with sage green due to chromium oxide, blue to cobalt oxide, and lilac to manganese oxide, with yellow probably coming from a salt of antimony, and black from iron oxide.

The earliest jasper was stained throughout and was known as "solid," but by 1829 production in jasper had virtually ceased.

Jasperware is the most famous of the Wedgwood products. Additional pieces of jasperware may also be listed in the Wedgwood category or under various art potteries. ff3=4&toolid=10044&campid=5336649018&customid=jasperware&lgeo=1&mpre=