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Creamware was originally made in Hunslet, England, around 1770, and was then, also called Creamware.

Creamware is a type of Earthenware, made from white Cornish clay, combined with a translucent glaze to produce its characteristic pale cream color. Creamware was perfect for making the elegant and highly decorative tableware in demand in the Georgian age. Although it was also made by many other companies, the commercial success and outstanding quality of the Leeds product meant that in time all Creamware came to be popularly known as “Leedsware”. This Creamware was made at Stoke on Trent, England by the Hartley Greens Company. The company has existed since 1770.

Classical Christmas
Classical Christmas
is English Creamware made by Hartley Greens, specifically for Vaillancourt Folk Art. The entire line is designed by Judi Vaillancourt, but based upon antique shapes and themed specifically for the Holidays.

Creamware is the perfect dinner setting—it is classy without being too formal. With Judi’s designs—including the fantastic Face of Santa and hand pierced details—it is always the perfect time to complete your own setting or to give a gift for those looking to start their own dinnerware set.

Brighten your table with Creamware
The Face of Santa
Hand-Pierced Creamware
Spring Colors with Creamware