Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
UK Vereinigtes Königreich Großbritannien und Nordirland, Reino Unido de Gran Bretaña e Irlanda del Norte, Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d'Irlande du Nord, Regno Unito di Gran Bretagna e Irlanda del Nord, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Stifte, Estilográfica, Stylos, Stilografica, Stylos

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Ball Pen (W3)



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In France, in 1945, a man named "Marcel BICH", who had been the production manager for a French ink manufacturer, bought with his partner Edouard BUFFARD, a factory outside Paris and set up business as the maker of parts for fountain pens and mechanical lead pencils.

While his writing instruments parts business began to grow, the development of the ballpoint was advancing in both Europe and the United States and Marcel BICH saw the enormous potential for this new writing instrument.

After obtaining the patent rights to a ball pen created by Hungarian inventor, Ladislao BIRO, Marcel BICH introduced his own ball pen in December 1950. Touting his product as a reliable pen at an affordable price, he called it "BIC" a shortened, easy-to-remember version of his own name. The famous "BIC® CRISTAL® ballpoint pen" was born!


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Den "Kugelschreiber", einen eine Farbmine enthaltenden Schreibstift, bei dem eine kleine rollende Kugel in der Minenspitze die Farbmasse auf das Schreibpapier überträgt, erfanden 1938 die ungarischen Brüder Laszlo und Georg Biró nach 18jähriger Entwicklungsarbeit in Budapest. Nach Erlangung des ungarischen Patents (1938) und Patentanmeldung des "Fountain Pen for Pulping Ink" in den USA am 27. 12. 1938 (US-Patent erteilt am 14. 10. 1941 für den nun "Ball Pen" genannten Schreibstift) fanden die Birós zur Auswertung ihrer Erfindung in dem Engländer Henry G. Martin einen Finanzier. Martin eröffnete (zusammen mit Frederick Miles) 1944 bei Reading (Berkshire) die erste Kugelschreiberfabrik der Welt, in welcher im ersten Jahr 30 000 für die Royal Air Force bestimmte "Kugelschreiber" hergestellt wurden.


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Limericks on ball pen

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Ball Pens are probably the most widely used type of writing instrument in the UK. Depending on the manufacturer, the Ball Pen tip is made ready for use with either a twist of the cap or a click of the button on the end of the cap. Our Ball Pens are convenient to use and have the longest refill life of any type of pen.
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Ball Pen


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(E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ball_Pen

A "ballpoint pen" (also "biro", and "ball pen") is a writing instrument which dispenses a viscous ink from an internal reservoir through the rolling action of a metal ball at its point. This "ball point" may vary in diameter, and may be made of brass, steel, or tungsten carbide.

Originally conceived and developed as a cleaner and reliable alternative to quill and "fountain pens", "ballpoint pens" are now the dominant writing instrument. Millions are manufactured and sold every day, worldwide, with low-cost and ubiquity assuring that there is always a ballpoint pen within reach.

This so-called "invention that changed the way we write" has also influenced the way art is made; some professional artists use ballpoints to create fine artwork. A popular disposable model has gained recognition for its industrial design as part of the permanent collection at New York's Museum of Modern Art. Designer ballpoints are also produced for the high-end market by pen manufacturers, and prized by collectors.

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History

The concept of using a ball point within a writing instrument as a method of applying ink to paper has existed since the late 19th century. In these inventions, the ink was placed in a thin tube whose end was blocked by a tiny ball, held so that it could not slip into the tube or fall out of the pen. The ink clung to the ball, which spun as the pen was drawn across the paper.

The first patent for a ballpoint pen was issued on 30 October 1888, to John J. Loud, a leather tanner, who was attempting to make a writing instrument that would be able to write on his leather products, which then-common fountain pens could not. Loud's pen had a small rotating steel ball, held in place by a socket. Although it could be used to mark rough surfaces such as leather, as Loud intended, it proved to be too coarse for letter-writing. With no commercial viability, its potential went unexploited and the patent eventually lapsed. The manufacture of economical, reliable ballpoint pens as we know them arose from experimentation, modern chemistry, and precision manufacturing capabilities of the early 20th century. Patents filed worldwide during early development are testaments to failed attempts at making the pens commercially viable and widely available. Early ballpoints did not deliver the ink evenly; overflow and clogging were among the obstacles inventors faced toward developing reliable ballpoint pens. If the ball socket were too tight, or the ink too thick, it would not reach the paper. If the socket were too loose, or the ink too thin, the pen would leak or the ink would smear. Ink reservoirs pressurised by piston, spring, capillary action, and gravity would all serve as solutions to ink-delivery and flow problems.

László Bíró, a Hungarian newspaper editor frustrated by the amount of time that he wasted filling up fountain pens and cleaning up smudged pages, noticed that inks used in newspaper printing dried quickly, leaving the paper dry and smudge free. He decided to create a pen using the same type of ink. Bíró enlisted the help of his brother György, a chemist, to develop viscous ink formulas for new ballpoint designs.

László's innovation successfully coupled ink-viscosity with a ball-socket mechanism which act compatibly to prevent ink from drying inside the reservoir while allowing controlled flow. Bíró filed a British patent on 15 June 1938.

In 1941 the Bíró brothers and a friend, Juan Jorge Meyne, fled Germany and moved to Argentina, where they formed Bíró Pens of Argentina and filed a new patent in 1943. Their pen was sold in Argentina as the "Birome" (portmanteau of the names "Bíró and Meyne"), which is how ballpoint pens are still known in that country. This new design was licensed by the British, who produced ball point pens for RAF aircrew as the Biro. Ballpoint pens were found to be more versatile than fountain pens, especially at high altitudes where fountain pens were prone to ink-leakage.
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(E1)(L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=0&content=Ball Pen
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "Ball Pen" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1900 auf.

Erstellt: 2013-11

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Conway Stewart - Stifte (W3)
Stifte
Schreibgeräte
Pens

Warum die Gründer Frank Jarvis and Thomas Garner den Markenname "Conway Stewart" für ihre Schreibgeräte wählten scheint heute nicht mehr definitiv nachvollziehbar zu sein. Laut der Firmenseite geht man jedoch davon aus, dass "Conway Stewart" auf ein zur Gründerzeit populäres Singspiel zurück geht. "Conway" und "Stewart" waren dabei ein Kommödiantenpaar, das in der Collins Music Hall in Islington in Erscheinung trat.

Conway Stewart Pens have been hand made in England since 1905 with British craftsmanship and the highest quality materials, including hallmarked solid 18ct gold and sterling silver. Conway Stewart fountain and rollerball pens have graced the finest hands to include Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, British Prime Ministers and US Presidents.

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Since 1905 Conway Stewart has been renowned over the world for creating luxury pens.
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Although there is much debate regarding the origins of the Company's name, it is believed that the name "Conway Stewart" derives from a popular vaudeville act of the day. Conway and Stewart were supposedly a comedy double act who appeared at Collins Music Hall in Islington.
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Product Catalogue 2013 - 2014


(E?)(L1) http://www.marcuslink.com/pens/companies/conwaystewart.html

Here is a company with a long history. Two guys, Thomas Garner and Frank Jarvis, who at one time had worked for the Da Le Rue Company, took their knowledge from that company and founded Conway Stewart.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.martiniauctions.com/browse/search_category/Conway_Stewart_232.html


(E?)(L?) http://morastylos.com/stylos/occasions/conway-stewart.html


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In 1905 when Conway Stewart was started, the founders Jarvis and Garner had a single aim, to produce elegant, timelessly beautiful, yet functional writing instruments, today more than one hundred years later we still hold true to these original goals. Luxury, history and enchantment combined - we hope you will agree.
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(E?)(L?) http://mvburke.com/conwaystewartregulareditions2013.pdf

Product Catalogue 2013 - 2014


(E?)(L?) http://www.penfriend.co.uk/vintage/ConwayStewart/


(E?)(L?) http://www.penfriend.co.uk/modern/ConwayStewart/Regulareditions/


(E?)(L?) http://www.penfriend.co.uk/modern/ConwayStewart/Limitededitions/


(E?)(L?) http://www.pensandleather.com/conway-stewart-pens.aspx


(E?)(L?) http://robbreport.com/FrontRunners-Helping-Hands.aspx

FrontRunners: Helping Hands
British pen maker Conway Stewart recognizes that not everyone employs a laptop when recording thoughts, even when writing for long periods of time.
READ ARTICLE..


(E?)(L?) http://www.rosspens.com/ConwaySt.htm

Conway Stewart is a hallowed English pen maker that died (as a corporation) in 1975 and was re-created in the 1990s. Modern or Vintage, they're very nice pens.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.theinkflow.com/conway_stewart.htm

Since 1905 Conway Stewart has been renowned the world over for creating luxury pens. Conway Stewart pens have graced the finest hands like the Queen, US President's, British Prime Minister's and many Heads of State amongst our illustrious clientele. Each Conway Stewart is made at their workshop by hand, using traditional techniques, combining timeless designs with British craftsmanship and only the highest quality materials. Our luxury pens are guaranteed for one hundred years.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.thewritingdesk.co.uk/conwaystewart.php

Since 1905 Conway Stewart has been renowned the world over for creating high quality pens.

Each Conway Stewart fountain pen is made in England by hand, using traditional techniques, combining timeless designs with British craftsmanship and only the highest quality materials, including hallmarked solid 18ct gold and sterling silver.
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Erstellt: 2013-12

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Pencyclopedia.

We've written some articles that we hope will help you choose from our huge range of pens, pencils, paper and our superb selection of splendid stationery.

In this section


Erstellt: 2015-08

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Dunhill - Stifte

Der Firmenname geht zurück auf den Gründer "Alfred Dunhill", der die Firma im Jahr 1893 in London gründete.

(E?)(L?) http://www.carmenriverapens.com/dunhill-pen-pencil/

Dunhill


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"Alfred Dunhill" started business in 1893, with the company located in London, England. Dunhill designed a range of products. He invented the pocket cigarette lighter. The products eventually included pens with the first Dunhill pen in 1929. The Dunhill Torpedo has an aerodynamic shape and became a classic. Pens are known for their 18 carat gold nib, each individually cut, ground and finished by hand.

In 1977 Dunhill acquired a majority shareholding of Montblanc and then took over the company in 1985. Dunhill is party of Richemont AB Swiss Luxury Good group that holds a range of high-end pen lines that includes Cartier, Dunhill, Montblanc, Piaget and Montegrappa... you get the idea.

Dunhill is still managed as a family business.


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Dunhill


(E?)(L?) https://morastylos.com/stylos/archives/dunhill.html

Dunhill


(E?)(L?) http://www.penporium.com/Dunhill-s/116.htm

Dunhill


(E?)(L?) http://robbreport.com/?s=Dunhill




(E1)(L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=0&content=Dunhill
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "Dunhill" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1800 auf.

(E?)(L?) http://corpora.informatik.uni-leipzig.de/


(E?)(L?) http://www.wordmap.co/#Dunhill

This experiment brings together the power of Google Translate and the collective knowledge of Wikipedia to put into context the relationship between language and geographical space.


Erstellt: 2017-08

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Filofax - Stifte

Die Bezeichnung "Filofax" ist eine Verkürzung von engl. "file-of-facts" = etwa dt. "Akte mit Fakten".

Filofax vertreibt die Stifte von "Yard o Led".

(E?)(L1) http://www.bbc.co.uk/ahistoryoftheworld/exploreraltflash/?tag=&page=113


(E?)(L?) http://www.bbc.co.uk/ahistoryoftheworld/objects/pP7Qa2jNQDCvg61rTzUZCw

Filofax This is my filofax. It represents a point in the 1980s when it was a cultural phenomenon. It was an early form of ... Contributed by Individual


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Filofax


(E?)(L?) http://www.filofax.de/visual-history

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Ein Name wird geboren

Das Unternehmen Norman & Hill Ltd wird durch William Rounce und seinen Partner Posseen Hill gegründet, um Lefax Organiser in England zu vertreiben. Die Sekretärin Grace Scurr schlägt für die Produkte den Namen "Filofax" vor - abgeleitet von dem Begriff "file-of-facts".
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Filofax Organizers


(E?)(L?) http://www.landolt-arbenz.ch/sortiment/agenden/agenden-markenportfolio/filofax.html

Filofax
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Es war dann auch Grace Scurr, zunächst Disney’s Assistentin, die wertvolle Kundendaten, sorgfältig aufbewahrt in ihrer eigenen „file of facts“, während eines Luftangriffes retten konnte.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.papilando.com/kalender-terminplaner/zeitplanung-mit-filofax/

filofax


(E?)(L?) http://www.penboutique.com/m-48-filofax.aspx

Filofax Organizers
Filofax Firma


(E?)(L?) http://www.pensandleather.com/filofax.aspx

Filofax Organizers


(E?)(L?) http://www.pensandleather.com/filofax/pens.aspx

Filofax Pens


(E?)(L?) http://www.rechargestylo.fr/filofax-c-92.html

Filofax


(E?)(L1) http://www.wer-zu-wem.de/firma/filofax.html

Filofax


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mackinnonpens.com
Pens

(E?)(L?) http://www.mackinnonpens.com/

Everyone owns a pen

but not everyone can own a MacKinnon Pen.


Erstellt: 2013-12

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pencil something in (W3)

Das Eintragen eines Termins in ein Zeitmanagementsystem nennt man auch im elektronischen Zeitalter noch engl. "to pencil something in" = "vorläufig vormerken". In Zeiten der Terminplanung auf Papier benutzte man einen "Bleistift", engl. "pencil", und keinen "Füll(feder)halter", engl. "(fountain" pen", oder "Kugelschreiber", engl. "ball(point) pen", damit man die Einträge bei Terminänderungen wieder leicht ändern konnte.

(E?)(L?) http://www.business-english.de/daily_mail_result.html?day=2010-04-26


(E?)(L?) http://www.owad.de/owad-archive-quiz.php4?id=2096


Erstellt: 2013-11

penfriend.co.uk
Fountain pens

(E?)(L?) http://www.penfriend.co.uk/

Penfriend has been selling vintage and modern pens for almost 60 years!

With over a thousand vintage fountain pens, ballpoints and pencils in stock, a wide selection of writing instruments for the discerning collector is available. We always have in stock Parker 51s and Parker 61s both in standard and rare colours, as well as in 9ct and 18ct gold. All of our vintage pens have been fully restored by our workshop, which also undertakes repairs for our clientele and can engrave in five different styles.

We stock most of the major contemporary brands and limited editions, namely Parker, Waterman, Mont Blanc, Graf Von Faber Castell, Caran D’ache

We carry a huge selection of nibs (italic, oblique, flexible...) and writing accessories such as colourful inks, refills, blotters, pen pouches, quills..

But most of all, we pride ourselves in ensuring that our clients find the pen that suits their individual handwriting by letting them try different pens, nibs and inks.


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Sitemap


Erstellt: 2011-03

penpractice.com
Pen Practice
Laurence Oldfield
Stifte

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This site is devoted to the understanding and repair of vintage and classic fountain pens. I am no longer offering a repair service; it is my intention to provide the information and tools required for repair and to encourage people to do their own repairs.


Erstellt: 2013-11

pensfromheaven.com
Pens

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Pens & writing instruments: designer, luxury, limited & special edition ranges




Erstellt: 2013-11

penshop.co.uk
Penshop

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Site Map

Stores: The Pen Shop - The Pen Shop Corporate

Fountain Pen Pencil Multi Pen


Erstellt: 2011-03

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Roller Ball (W3)

Engl. "Roller Ball", "Rollerball"

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Roller Ball


(E1)(L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=8&content=Roller Ball
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "Roller Ball" taucht in der Literatur nicht signifikant auf.

Erstellt: 2013-11

Rollerball (W3)

Engl. "Roller Ball", "Rollerball"

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(E?)(L?) http://www.moviemaze.de/filme/archiv/3.html


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(E?)(L?) http://www.netlingo.com/word/rollerball.php

"rollerball": A mouse that has its trackball set on top.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.penshop.co.uk/category/pens/roller-ball/




(E?)(L?) http://www.pensfromheaven.com/pens_design_Faber-Castell_Basic_rollerballs.htm

Rollerball pens: ‘BASIC’ range by Faber-Castell


(E?)(L?) http://snarkerati.com/movie-news/the-top-50-dystopian-movies-of-all-time/

47. Rollerball (1975)

In the year 2018, Jonathan E is a superstar of a sport called Rollerball, which is a combination of rugby, roller derby, hockey and motorcycle racing.
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(E1)(L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=8&content=Rollerball
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "Rollerball" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1973 auf.

Erstellt: 2013-11

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thewritingdesk.co.uk
Stifte

(E?)(L?) http://www.thewritingdesk.co.uk/

Browse by brand


Erstellt: 2013-12

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Wedgwood - Stifte (W3)

Die Schreibgeräte der Serie "Wedgwood DKP Collection" scheinen die einzigen Stifte zu sein, die "Wedgwood" produziert bzw. unter eigenem Namen vertrieben hat. Die Stifte nehmen den Stil des "Wedgwood Jasper" auf. Die blaue Farbe findet man in den Stiften der Serie "Blue Jasperware Collection" und in deren Verpackung.

Genauere Hinweise zu den Schreibgeräten der Serie "Wedgwood DKP Collection" sind kaum zu finden.

Der Markenname "Wedgwood" ("Wedgwoodware") geht zurück auf den Keramikhersteller "Josiah I. Wedgwood" (Wedgwood, 1730-1795) der "Waterford Wedgwood" (Crystal, china, & cookware / Ireland) im Jahr 1759 gründete und "Jaspisware" in England einführte.

"Wedgwood", der Name des englischen Kunsttöpfers "Josiah Wedgwood" (1730-1795), wurde geradezu zum Inbegriff für "feines, verziertes Steingut". Josiah Wedgwood (Großvater von Charles Darwin) hatte Verfahren entwickelt um die meist dunkelfarbigen Scherben der Töpfereiwaren (rote Ware) aufzuhellen. Ergebnisse dieser Arbeit waren die so genannte "Creamware", "Cream-Ware" ("cremefarbenes Steingut", ab 1765 unter dem Namen "Queensware", "Queens-Ware") und die "Basaltware" ("Ägyptisches Schwarz"), die vor allem für Ziergegenstände verwendet wurde. Im Jahr 1774/1775 erfolgte die Einführung der noch heute für die Wedgwood-Manufaktur typische "Jasperware", ein hartes einfarbiges Steinzeug in Lichtblau, Zartgrün, Gelb, Rosa oder Schwarz.

Josiah I. Wedgwood war so erfolgreich, dass er sich "Potter of her Majesty", "Töpfer seiner Majestät", nennen durfte.

Die engl. "Jaspisware", dt. "Jasperware" - eine der bekanntesten Kreationen Wedgwoods -, ein feines, unglasiertes, lichtdurchlässiges Steinzeug wurde im Jahr 1775 von Josiah Wedgwood entwickelt. Die durchgängige Färbung der zunächst weißen Masse erfolgte mit Hilfe von Metalloxiden. Am bekanntesten ist die zartblaue Jasperware mit aufgelegten klassizistischen weißen Reliefs.

Das Unternehmen hatte alle Stürme der letzten 250 jahre überlebt und ist heute die größte Porzellan-Manufaktur in Großbritannien.

Engl. "wedge" bezeichnet einen dt. "Keil", so daß engl. "wedgwood" mit dt. "Keilholz" übersetzt werden kann.


"Wedgewood Blue" als Farbe: - #a6bdd7 - Wedgewood Blue
"Wedgewood Blue" als Farbe: - #6c92af - Wedgewood Blue
"Wedgewood Blue" als Farbe: - #baacc7 - Wedgewood Blue
"Wedgewood Blue" als Farbe: - #837da2 - Wedgewood Blue
"Deep Wedgewood Blue" als Farbe: - #62639b - Deep Wedgewood Blue
"Dark Wedgewood" als Farbe: - #423c63 - Dark Wedgewood
"Dark Wedgewood" als Farbe: - #413d51 - Dark Wedgewood
"Light Wedgewood" als Farbe: - #4a545c - Light Wedgewood
"Wedgewood Green" als Farbe: - #8b8940 - Wedgewood Green
"Wedgewood Green" als Farbe: - #f0d698 - Wedgewood Green
"Wedgewood Green" als Farbe: - #90845b - Wedgewood Green



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"Wedgwood": A British pottery design. Josiah Wedgwood (1730-1795), the British potter who originated the design.


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Josiah Wedgwood [English Potter, 1730-1795]

Josiah Wedgwood Works Online

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Keith Murray Tankard - This is a Wedgwood tankard designed by Keith Murray. Keith Murray began his working life as an architect in New Zealand but eventually worked for Wedgwood in the 1940s.


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Early Victorian tea set - This tea set was made by the famous Staffordshire pottery firm founded by Josiah Wedgwood. It is made of red stoneware, which came to Europe from China via Holland in the 1600s, and can withstand hot water.
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Wedgwoodn't Tureen by Michael Eden - This tureen was made by Michael Eden in 2010 and acquired by the Crafts Council Collection in the same year.
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Set of Wedgwood table china - Tableware for those of modest means in the immediate post-war period. They were designed by Eric Ravilious.


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anti-slavery tobacco pipe - Josiah Wedgwood made his "Am I not a Man and a Brother" medallion in 1787 and slavery in the British empire was abolished in an Act of 1833. So this dates from those decades.
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Dessert plate from the 'Frog service' - Wedgwood plate made for Empress Catherine of Russia in 1773/74. Image courtesy The Wedgwood Museum Trust, Staffordshire.
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Wedgewood cup and saucer These items are an example of 18th century opulence and amazing craftsmanship. The wealth of those who could afford to ... Contributed by Individual


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Wedgwood medallion - Wedgwood medallion produced to commemorate Captain Cook following his death in the Hawaiian Islands.
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Wedgwood , Josiah I. (1730-1795), bekannter englischer Keramikhersteller.
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Wedgwood, Josiah


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Wedgwood, England, 1759


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Wedgwood Pottery


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Wedgwood in the 20th century at Barlaston, Staffordshire

In 1936, the Wedgwood company took the momentous decision to move from the old Etruria works in Stoke-on-Trent to a 'green field' site south of the main Potteries area, near the village of Barlaston. Josiah Wedgwood V purchased over 380 acres there and developed an ultra-modern factory. The electric firing of the ware using double-tunnel ovens designed by Brown-Boveri was unique.
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"wedgwood" (n.) type of English pottery, 1787, from Josiah Wedgwood (1730-1795), English potter.


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The Wedgwood DKP Collection fountain pen is a classic writing instrument in the style of Wedgewood Jasper. Jasperware is a fine-grained unglazed stoneware that was introduced by the English potter Josiah Wedgwood. The name is derived from its resemblance in hardness to the natural Jasper stone.
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Wedgwood DKP Collection

The Wedgwood DKP Collection is a range of classical writing instruments in the style of "Wedgwood Jasper". Jasperware is a fine-grained, unglazed stoneware that was introduced by the English potter "Josiah Wedgwood" in the mid-1700s. Its name derives from the fact that it resembles the natural stone "Jasper" in its hardness. It is generally decorated in the neoclassical style. The fountain pen in this exquisite collection is enhanced with a smooth, gold-plated, medium width nib, cartridge/converter fill (converter is included).


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Wedgwood Glass: A short explanation

"Wedgwood Glass" and later (from the mid 70s) "Wedgwood Crystal", were the names used for the output of King's Lynn glassworks in the UK after it was taken over by the "Wedgwood Group" in 1969.

Ronald Stennett-Willson, one of the most prominent UK post-war glass designers, had established King's Lynn Glass in 1967, and continued as Managing Director and chief designer of "Wedgwood Glass" until he reached retirement age in 1980. He had been closely involved with the Swedish glass industry during the 1950s, and his designs at King's Lynn had the clean functional lines associated with post-war Scandinavian design.
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For those who are uninitiated in fine ceramics and pottery, Wedgwood is a name synonymous with sophisticated design and skilled craftsmanship. Based in England and founded in 1759, the history and pedigree of the company is celebrated in this special pen design meant to reflect Wedgwood's hallmark bowls and vases.
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Wedgwood Fine Writing Instruments

Wedgwood has been described as “quintessentially English” with its history of sophisticated classical contemporary design. Wedgwood has maintained a tradition of innovation, quality and craftsmanship. These qualities carry over to the Wedgwood Fine Writing Collection.
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Wedgewood: Color: Blue, Chocolate


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The Wedgwood story spans 250 years of discovery, vision, experimentation and triumph. From the humble British beginnings to iconic global status, Wedgwood’s name is synonymous with fine quality and excellent craftsmanship.
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Klassisch englisches Wedgwood Porzellan

Seit 1759 schmückt hochwertiges Wedgwood Porzellan die edelsten Tafeln der ganzen Welt. Der Gründer Josiah Wedgwood erlangte bereits zu Lebzeiten Weltruhm durch seine Innovativen bei der Porzellanherstellung. Ihm gelang es, die im 18. Jahrhundert entwickelte Creamware so zu verändern, dass sie eine bläulich-weiße Farbe erlangte. Dieser Farbton entsprach dem damaligen Zeitgeschmack und begeisterte selbst die Queen. Sie verehrte dieses Porzellan so sehr, dass es seitdem als "Queens Ware" bezeichnet wird. Mit edlem Wedgwood Porzellan adeln Sie jede Tafel und machen Ihre Mahlzeiten zu einem Bankett.
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The Wedgwood DKP Collection is a range of classical writing instruments in the style of Wedgwood Jasper. Jasperware is a fine-grained, unglazed stoneware that was introduced by the English potter Josiah Wedgwood in the mid-1700s. Its name derives from the fact that it resembles the natural stone Jasper in its hardness.
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Thermometer (Wedgewoodsches) | Wedgwood | Wedgwoods Pyrometer

"Wedgwood" (franz. "grés fin"), eine Art Steingut, nach dem Verbesserer derselben, "Josuah Wedgwood", benannt. Man hat es von allen Farben; es wird zu Mörsern, Schalen, Trichtern, Trinkgeschirren, Statuen, Kameen, Büsten u. s. w. gebraucht. Namentlich bezeichnet man damit die schwarzen Geschirre, welche meist unglasirt ("Biscuitwaare", englisch "biscuit" oder "bisque ware") bleiben. Zu der Masse nimmt man bei härterer Waare 30 Theile Feldspath, 23 Gyps, 17 Quarz, 15 Thon, 15 Porzellanerde oder verwitterten Schwerspath; bei weicherer Waare 47 Schwerspath, 26 Thon von Devonshire, 15 Feldspath, 15 Quarz, 10 kohlensauren Strontian, 6 Gyps. Die Masse ist so bildsam, daß sie die feinsten Eindrücke annimmt, und darin liegt der Grund, warum das "Wedgwood" so überaus zarte Verzierungen bekommen kann. Zur Färbung nimmt man bei Schwarz 7% Eisenoxydul und Manganoxyd, bei Blau 1% Kobaltoxyd, bei Blaßgrün Nickeloxyd, bei Gelb ein Gemenge von antimoniger und Antimonsäure, bei Braun in' s Grüne Kupferoxyd. Das "weiße Wedgwood" nennt man in England "white china", das "schwarze Wedgwood" "basaltes", das "gelbliche Wedgwood"" "bamboo", das "gefleckte Wedgwood" "jasper". Das Formen geschieht entweder mit der Hand auf Mahagonyscheiben, oder durch Pressen in Gypsmodellen; nach dem Formen bringt man die Waare in stark geheizte Stuben, um sie völlig auszutrocknen; die Verzierungen werden besonders geformt und aufgelegt; den Brand leitet man so, daß die Masse halb in glasigen Fluß kommt, weßhalb das Wedgwood ein wahres Steingut ist. Biscuit wird nur einmal gebrannt; soll es bloß einen Anflug von Glanz (Lüster) bekommen, so brennt man es das zweite Mal an in Muffeln, deren innere Fläche eine Glasur von Salz und Pottasche erhalten hat; bei der Hitze verflüchtigen sich daraus die Alkalitheile, legen sich an die Waare an und bilden daran den Lüster; dieses Verfahren heißt in England the smearing. Soll Wedgwood glasirt werden, so wird bei schwarzem gleich bei dem Brennen sehr leichtflüssiges Bleiglas mit etwas Manganoxyd eingebrannt. Zu weißem Druck auf farbigem Grunde nimmt man reinen Quarzsand und Flintglas; zu gelbem Druck auf braunem Grunde fügt man noch Ocker und antimonige Säure hinzu. Das Wedgwood empfiehlt sich durch seine Festigkeit und dadurch, daß es den Säuren widersteht und schnelle Abwechselung von Hitze und Kälte verträgt. Ganz besonders haben zu seiner Verbreitung und zur theilweisen Verdrängung des Porzellans die schönen Formen beigetragen, die ihm Wedgwood nach antiken etrurischen Mustern gab, weshalb er auch das Dorf, welches er in den sechsziger Jahren des vorigen Jahrhunderts in dem Töpferdistrikte Englands gleichsam neu begründete, Etruria genannt hat; hier wird noch gegenwärtig das beste und schönste Wedgwood verfertigt. Auf dem festen Lande ist es von Fabri und Utzschneider in Saargemünd und von Saint-Ericy in Ereil am glücklichsten nachgeahmt worden. Die Ausfuhr dieser Waare ist nirgends stark, da es ein Luxusartikel ist; so führte Frankreich 1834 nur 16,558, 1835 2773 und 1836 5114 Kilogrammes aus. - Der ursprüngliche Erfinder des Wedgwood war ein Deutscher, der sächsische Geistliche Chryselius (nachmals John Bentley genannt).

Wedgwoods Pyrometer, s. Wärmemesser.


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"Wedgewood" ist annähernd die Farbe von gutem "Keilholz" ("Wedgwood") aus China (ein pures Kornblumenblau). Der Begriff für die Modellpferdefarbe wurde allerdings von Breyer um ein "e" ("Wedgewood" - "Wedgwood") ergänzt, da es sonst rechtliche Schwierigkeiten gegeben hätte. Ein gut erhaltenes, gut gemaltes Modell sieht aus, als wenn es aus Porzellan gemacht wurde. Diese Modelle haben weiße Mähne, Schweif, halbweiße Füsse (socks) und ein helles Gesicht.


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CORPORATE MISSION

WWRD is a leading provider of luxury home and lifestyle products worldwide. WWRD manufactures, distributes and sells well-recognized brands including Waterford, Wedgwood, Royal Doulton, Royal Albert and Johnson Brothers. Our corporate mission reflects the company's 250-year commitment to creating prestigious luxury products whose designs transcend time yet resound with relevance for today's consumer.

To be the worldwide leading portfolio of lifestyle luxury brands for the tabletop, giftware and home décor industries through innovative products, exquisite design and operational excellence
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Brown Wedgwood DKP Jasperware Collection Rollerball Pen


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Yard-O-Led - Stifte (W3)

Der Markenname engl. "Yard-O-Led" = dt. "ein Yard Blei" ("A Yard of Lead") geht auf die Füllmenge des Drehbleistifts zurück, den das Familienunternehmen Anfang des 20. Jh. auf den Markt brachte. Der Drehbleistift konnte 12 Minen mit der Länge 3 Inch aufnehmen. Dies entspricht der Gesamtlänge von einem Yard (1 Inch = 25,4 mm, 1 Yard = 914,4 mm) (12*3*25,4 = 914,4).

The Yard-O-Led Pencil Company is a British company founded in 1934. The founder invented the mechanical pencil which holds and propells twelve three inch leads. Hence the name "Yard-O-Led" — known fondly to fanciers as "YOL".

In 1822, the first ever propelling pencil was invented and patented by a man called Sampson Mordan. Through into the next century his family-run business continued to develop the unique design of carrying "twelve three inch leads" inside the barrel. It is from this feature that the name "Yard-O-Led" evolved. In 1934 the Yard-O-Led Company was founded by a Mr Brenner and has continued the traditions of craftsmanship and excellence established over 170 years ago.

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1822 erfand Sampson Mordan den ersten Drehbleistift. Anfang des 20. Jahrhunderts konstruierte das Familienunternehmen einen Drehbleistift mit einem Vorrat von 12 Minen a drei Inch. Daher kommt auch der Name Yard-O-Led, denn 12 Minen a drei inch ergeben ein Yard.
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Ein kleiner Exkurs durch die Geschichte von YARD-O-LED


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Yard O Led Pens


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Yard-O-Led


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I have been corrected in my information about this company by a fellow is writing a book on Yard O Led. It seems the company was founded in 1934, not 1924 as reported in a number of sources, and by Ludwig Brenner through his application of a patent on a mechanical pencil that would hold multiple pieces of pencil lead.
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Yard-O-Led: Blue, Blue Black, Jet Black, Sepia, Claret, Turquoise


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In 1934, Yard-O-Led pencil and pen company was founded by a Mr. Brenner, when he took out a patent on a pencil mechanism which gave each pencil the ability to hold 12 three-inch pieces of lead at a time. Hence the name "Yard-O-Led" — known fondly to fanciers as "YOL" – was born.
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YARD O LED

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Yard-O-Led


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In 1822, the first ever Yard-O-Led propelling mechanical pencil was invented and patented by Sampson Mordan. The family-run business continued to develop the unique design of carrying twelve three inch leads inside the barrel, and it is from this feature that the name evolved - Yard-O-Led. In 1934 the Yard-O-Led Pen Company was founded and has continued the traditions of craftsmanship and excellence established nearly 200 years ago.
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Yard o lead


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YARD O LED

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In 1822, the first ever propelling pencil was invented and patented by a man called Sampson Mordan. Through into the next century his family-run business continued to develop the unique design of carrying twelve three inch leads inside the barrel. It is from this feature that the name Yard-O-Led evolved.
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The Yard-O-Led Pencil Company was founded in London, England in 1934 by a Mr Brenner to produce his patent propelling pencils which contained twelve three inch leads (that is to say, 36 inches or a yard of lead). After the Second World War the company merged with Sampson Mordan Ltd whose founder had patented the first mechanical pencil in 1822. They built a new factory in Birmingham and took over Edward Baker Ltd, another pencil maker.
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