Background of Drabware
Wedgwood invented drabware in the very early 19th century, circa 1800. Drabware is made with colored clay. Its colors vary from light taupe to dark olive and dark brown. Other earthenware pottery is made from off-white clay and colored with glazes and enamels.
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