salopian ware

salopian ware
Usage: usually capitalized S
1. : Roman pottery found in Shropshire that is usually made of red or white clay
2. : a modern somewhat coarse and opaque porcelaneous Shropshire ware first made toward the end of the 18th century

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • Caughley ware — ▪ pottery  porcelain produced by the Caughley China Works, a factory in Caughley, Shropshire, England. A local earthenware pottery was extended in 1772 by Thomas Turner to make soaprock (steatitic) porcelain; a close connection existed with the… …   Universalium

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