Definition of slipware in English:

slipware

Syllabification: slip·ware
Pronunciation: /ˈslipwer
 
/

noun

Pottery decorated with slip (see slip3).
More example sentences
  • A local historian will be on hand to appraise examples of the pottery's slipware pots and talk about the history of any pieces brought to her.
  • A piece of 17th or 18th century north Italian slipware pottery was found close to a quay and could provide a date for its use.
  • Another diagnostic ceramic type is Staffordshire slipware, produced in England from 1670-1795.

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