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The name Phanolith was coined for this kind of jasperware.
His work is praised for the translucency of the white porcelain on a colored background.
Jasperware's composition varies but proportions may be given as follows: sulphate of barytes 150, china clay 35, blue clay 45, flint 35, gypsum 6, and Cornish stone 50.
Other pieces by Adams are listed under Flow Blue and Tea Leaf Ironstone.
William Adams and Sons originally made Jasper ware that was almost as good as that of their future partner, Wedgwood. ff3=4&toolid=10044&campid=5336649018&customid=adams&lgeo=1&mpre=
The colour was incorporated in the basic mix for solid jasper.
This formula was expensive to manufacture and Wedgwood soon developed an alternative – the jasper dip, or surface jasper.
It is white by nature but stained with metallic oxide colors; its most common shade in commerce is pale blue, but dark blue, lilac, sage green, black, and yellow are also used, with sage green due to chromium oxide, blue to cobalt oxide, and lilac to manganese oxide, with yellow probably coming from a salt of antimony, and black from iron oxide.