York ware

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Style of wheel‐thrown late Saxon pottery current in the period ad 850–1150, one of a series of regional industries of the period making cooking pots, jars, pitchers, flagons, bottles, jugs, bowls, and dishes. York ware is distinctive hard wheel‐thrown quartz‐gritted fabric, light red to brown or grey in colour.

Subjects: Archaeology.

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