From jasper + -ware. The style was first developed by Josiah Wedgwood, as a Wedgwood product.
jasperware (usually uncountable, plural jasperwares)
- (ceramics) A form of pottery that has a stoneware body which is either white or colored, which is noted for its matte finish. It is a popular blue-and-white ware, but it comes in many other colors.