Known for its utility and delicate beauty, caneware is a sought-after commodity among serious collectors of vintage pottery. These unique pieces, created by Josiah Wedgwood in England during the mid- to late 18th century, offer an opportunity for you to add a bit of charm from a bygone era to your home. Caneware typically reflects more natural elements, including plants, animals, and produce. It is composed of tan, smear-glazed or unglazed stoneware that works well as tea sets, tureens, and jugs.