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With the success of Doulton’s stoneware, Doulton introduced other types of wares and decorations including Faience, which was introduced in 1873 and remained in production until the outbreak of World War I. Faience uses a much finer body to stoneware and is generally painted with flowers but also figures and landscapes. Some artists specialized solely with Faience. Whilst seemingly everyday wares were occasionally produced, they were doubtless intended for curio cabinets rather than use, given the fragile nature of the Faience body.

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