Trade name for an historic English style of brightly glazed earthenware vessels made in the form of vegetables, animals, etc. Not to be confused with maiolica, which is defined as earthenware with opaque white glaze (traditionally a lead glaze made opaque white with the addition of tin oxide) and colored overglaze decoration. Source: Clay: A Studio Handbook
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