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February 13

Josiah Wedgwood

1730 – Josiah Wedgwood, the founder of Wedgwood Pottery, was born in England. Along with the simple designs and pure colors of his art, he invented the manufacturing processes for his famous pottery. He was a devoted Unitarian, philanthropist, and friend of Joseph Priestley.

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