Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A variety of Wedgwood ware, otherwise known as cream-colored ware. See Wedgwood ware, under ware.
“A battered tin platter, a knife and fork, and a tin pint cup, were at each man's place, and the driver had a queen's-ware 10 saucer that had seen better days.”
“We had a carpet and a genuine queen's-ware washbowl.”
“* We had a carpet and a genuine queen's-ware washbowl.”
“While in Middlebrook, Washington desired a dinner service of white queen's-ware, and he wrote to Philadelphia to obtain it.”
“But, although Philadelphia was searched from one end to the other, no queen's-ware of the kind could be found, and at last Washington was told that he could get what he wanted in New”
“The best vessels for this purpose are white queen's-ware pots, or glass jars.”
“When quite cold, put them with the syrup into tumblers, or into white queen's-ware pots.”
“Put them warm into large glass or queen's-ware jars, and pour the syrup over them.”
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