yellowware


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yel·low·ware

 (yĕl′ō-wâr′)
n.
Earthenware made from a naturally occurring yellowish clay and ranging in color from pale yellow to mustard.

yellowware

(ˈjɛləʊˌwɛə)
n
(Ceramics) a type of stoneware made from yellowish clay
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Yellowware and Bennington stoneware are currently quite popular, Mr.
It includes types of ceramic vessels that would likely be used to serve food, especially the types known as whiteware, pearlware, and yellowware.
Generic type Site 2 Site 3 Site 5 Servants' Labourers' Coachman's cottage but dwelling Whiteware 46 9 34 Creamware 1 Pearlware 3 Buff-bodied earthenware 1 Refined red earthenware 1 Bone china 3 7 Hard paste porcelain Chinese porcelain 4 Yellowware 1 1 Redware 2 Stoneware 9 5 Total 60 9 58 Generic type Site 6 Site 7 Blacksmith's Cottage at but home farm Whiteware 31 30 Creamware 1 Pearlware 2 Buff-bodied earthenware Refined red earthenware Bone china 3 2 Hard paste porcelain 1 Chinese porcelain 1 Yellowware Redware Stoneware 3 5 Total 42 37 Table 2.