Surrey white ware

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Type of medieval pottery produced in Surrey from about 1300 ad onwards. Distinctive in having an off‐white or buff‐coloured fabric, often with a patchy green glaze. From the 15th century, however, thick green and yellow glazes were used. The term Tudor green ware is usually used to describe the products dating to the 16th century. The main forms produced were cooking pots, cauldrons, skillets, pipkins, jugs, jars, and pitchers.

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