cloam

cloam

(kləʊm)
adj
made of clay or earthenware
n
clay or earthenware pots, dishes, etc, collectively
[Old English clām mud]
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She remembers a neighbour delving into her disused cloam oven (a built- in, beehive-shaped oven lined with clay) and fishing out two antique irons.
The beamed reception hall features an old cloam oven and the sitting room, also beamed, has an open fireplace Upstairs there are three bedrooms and two bathrooms.