Where can I buy Royal Creamware?

I have just begun to collect a range of china called Royal Creamware but understand that it is no longer being produced. Is this true?

I have just begun to collect a range of china called Royal Creamware but understand that it is no longer being produced. Is this true?
Creamware is a type of earthenware made from white Cornish clay combined with a translucent glaze to produce a pale cream colour. It has distinctive patterning with oval, diamond or heart-shaped holes, each individually cut, known as Pierced Ware. It was first made by Royal Creamware in Stoke on Trent in 1760 and by Leeds Pottery from the 1770s. It was fashionable in Victorian times and is still being made today by Royal Creamware, 01782 598811, royalcreamware.co.uk, and by Hartley Greens & Co Leeds Pottery, 01757 213556, leedsware.com.

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