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With the Barlaston factory using modern electrical firing methods, Keith Murray, on one of his drawings for the factory had added a number of birds flying out of the factory chimney!Both registration and sign in support using google and facebook accounts.
In the best Wedgwood tradition, eight of the longest serving Etruria workers placed vases and cameos in a casket to be buried under the foundation stone.The new Barlaston factory was the most advanced pottery in Britain, and firing was powered by electricity in the Brown Boveri tunnel ovens.Keith Murray and Charles White were appointed as architects for the new factory which was, and still is, the jewel in the crown of the pottery industry.Steel and glass provided an ideal Modernist's working environment, giving air, space and light to Wedgwood's employees.Keith Murray and C S White had: 'In contrast to the jumble of small workshops and the exterior staircases to be found at Etruria, devised a simple building which allowed for the continuous and uninterrupted flow of materials from raw materials to finished product delivered at the railway sidings to the lorries at the other end'.
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Powder blue in colour with an embossed white rim band of grapes on the vine.