Titian ware can be found in online china replacement stores and on online auction sites, such as eBay. Other outlets for Titian ware include estate sales, antique stores, garage sales and charity thrift stores.
Adams brand pottery, based in Staffordshire, England, is usually associated with Titian ware, although the pottery style has also been produced by other manufacturers. Titian ware refers to the glaze and over-glaze enamel decoration and was first registered in 1921. In 1966, Wedgwood took control of the Adams group and continued to produce pottery under the Adams brand until 1992. Titian ware comes in a number of patterns. Some patterns have names, such as Maytime, while others only have pattern numbers.