Ware - Pottery


  • Arretine ware, fine Roman pottery coated in a red slip dating to the first centuries AD and BC
  • Bidri ware, ware of tin, copper, lead, and zinc, made at Bidar, in India
  • Grooved ware, pottery style of the British Neolithic
  • Unstan ware, finely made and decorated Neolithic pottery from the 4th millennium BC
  • Zürich ware, Swiss porcelain

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Pottery - Other Usages
... known as The Potteries because of the large number of pottery factories or, colloquially, Pot Banks ... It was one of the first industrial cities of the modern era where, as early as 1785, two hundred pottery manufacturers employed 20,000 workers ...
Georg Loeschcke
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James Stiff
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