Sir William Hamilton's collection of ancient Greek vases was an important influence on Flaxman's work.
Wedgwood devoted four years of painstaking trials at duplicating the vase - not in glass but in black and white jasperware.
Jean-Baptiste Stahl developed his own style and techniques during his work at Villeroy & Boch in Mettlach, Saar, Germany.
The name Phanolith was coined for this kind of jasperware.
Wedgwood pottery has been around since 1759, and its jasperware and neoclassical designs nearly that long.
Wedgwood jewelry for men and women -- necklaces, earrings, tie bars and cufflinks, among others -- is still making plenty of cameo appearances more than 250 years later.