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Earthenware made from clay containing a large amount of ferrous oxide, giving it a red color.
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(Plants) another name for kelp1
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a large brown seaweed, Laminaria digitata, common off N Atlantic coasts.
[1700–10; red + dial. ware (Middle English; Old English wār seaweed; see wire)]
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Sunday will also mark the grand opening of its new exhibit, "Thrown, Fired and Glazed: The Redware Traditions from Pennsylvania and Beyond."
Traffic will also not be allowed on the roads from PP Chowrangim then Sadar Dawakhana to Redware 3.
Some sites have small amounts of Portuguese redware, Andalusian amphorae, and Normandy stoneware (Loewen and Delmas, 2012: 367; Escribano-Ruiz and Barreiro Arguelles, 2016).
It is made of redware and has a patchy green glaze, which has partly burned into bubbles, indicating that its manufacturing process was not wholly successful.
Ceramic production that developed in the Late Formative seems to have distinguished between a ritual burial suite of artefacts that includes anthropomorphic bottles, small thinware pots and cups, and redware jars, and a household suite of objects that emphasized larger black and brown casseroles, pots, and cups.
(22) Michael Strezewski, "'An Exceedingly Industrious Race of People': Investigations at the Harmonist Redware Kiln Site, Posey County, Indiana" (University of Southern Indiana Archaeology Laboratory, Reports of Investigations 13-01, 2013).
Sarah Newstead, for example, shows that Portuguese redware constituted 13-24% of all pottery sherds found at sites of English occupation in Newfoundland, with higher percentages at sites of seasonal occupation and lower at sites of colonial settlement.
The Cup was made between 1895 and 1896 out of redware and measures 2.25 x 4.5 inches and stamped on the base is "Geo.
Burnished Javanese redware and the lead figurine of headless rider, fine paste ware and glazed ware sherds from Thailand, Vietnamese glazed ceramics, Sri Lankan coins, Indian glass bangles and stone beads, all point to a broad trade network of the fourteenth to sixteenth century Singapore.
Once a year Old Sturbridge Village potters fire 800 freshly glazed redware pots stacked 10 feet high.
Redware, a leading provider of on-line learning, moved to Leamington in August last year, when it outgrew its previous headquarters.
On the same spot have been discovered remnants of redware and coarse grey ware of earlier periods.