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Ruskin pottery was named for the artist, critic and writer John Ruskin and was famous the world over for its unique and varied glazes. It was made by Edward Taylor and his son and staff on Oldbury Road, Smethwick and a large collection can be seen at Wednesbury Museum and Art Gallery.

For more information and a bit of the story behind these stunning pieces, check out our Made in the Black Country blog.
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