Category:Coade stone

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English: Coade stone — a ceramic stoneware and artificial stone that was used to produce architectural sculptures, statuary, and other garden and architectural elements.
  • It was first created around 1770 by Eleanor Coade, manufactured in Lambeth, London, and marketed as the artificial stone Lithodipyra between 1770 and 1833.
Coade stone 
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stoneware that was often described as an artificial stone in the late 18th and early 19th centuries
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artificial stone
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