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In 1760 Staffordshire stoneware was rough and badly glazed, and much ware was imported from France.
Therefore, she sometimes left china where others would have judged the plainest stoneware more prudent and sensible.
It was a great brown-veined stoneware platter, and the arms of the Princess ached with holding it.
Salt-glazed stoneware is now generally used for large chemical vessels, drain-pipes, &c.
The manufacture of a brown stoneware with Renaissance medallions, arabesques, &c., in relief flourished here in the 16th century.
Astbury of Shelton, early in the 18th century, made red crouch, and white stoneware.
The best and most highly finished decorative grès or stoneware cruches were undoubtedly made in Germany, if not at Cologne.
A sort of very hard stoneware, covered with a thick glaze, may be the most ancient description seen at the present day.
The white is dead and hard, like a piece of glazed stoneware, quite without play or variation, and hence uninteresting.
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This whole section was just emerging out of the Stone Age, and the people were mostly making stoneware.

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