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agateware

(ˈæɡɪtˌwɛə)
n
(Ceramics) ceramic ware made to resemble agate or marble

ag•ate•ware

(ˈæg ɪtˌwɛər)

n.
1. enamelware with an agatelike pattern.
2. pottery variegated to resemble agate.
[1855–60]
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Noun1.agateware - pottery that is veined and mottled to resemble agate
clayware, pottery - ceramic ware made from clay and baked in a kiln
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Mirviss, who first opened her New York gallery in 1977, presents a large, roughly hewn vessel by Matsui Kosei--a leading figure in the revival of neriage (a technique combining coloured clays).
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David Pottinger's Tall Cylindrical Vessel was something of a tour-de-force for which he had used the neriage technique, the layering of different coloured porcelains which created "linear patterning that suggests both movement and time".