Designed by Eric Owen, Wedgwood

About 1965

Wedgwood first produced oven-to-table ware during the mid-nineteenth century in the form of glazed stoneware pie or casserole dishes that were unaffected by normal oven heat. Surprisingly, no further development of such ware took place again until the introduction of modern oven-to-table ware in 1965. Created by resident studio potters and designers, the company’s contemporary oven-to-table line was an immediate success, perfectly suited to the post-war housewife’s busy lifestyle.