St Rémy ware

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Fine pottery, often with relief decoration, in a white fabric with a green or yellow ( lead) glaze, made at St‐Rémy‐en‐Rollat, near Vichy. Small jars, bowls, and flagons were imported into Britain in the 1st century. Imitations were made in Britain up to the mid 2nd century.

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