Ipswich ware

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Type of middle Saxon pottery made between the 7th and 9th centuries ad around Ipswich, Suffolk, where the remains of kilns have been found. Outputs include cooking pots and decorated pitchers that were distributed around East Anglia, and stamped pitchers that were traded still more widely to York and beyond.

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