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- n. Articles made from clay.
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- n. Objects made from clay and baked in a kiln.
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- n. ceramic ware made from clay and baked in a kiln
This style derives its name from the betus oil in which the clayware is immersed before it is fired in the kiln.
In addition to the bruñido clayware, the flower also appears on pieces in the museum's bandera, petatillo and canelo acquisitions.
Aside from the aforementioned styles of Tonalá pottery, the museum also has betus and alta temperature clayware on exhibit.
Among the bruñido clayware on display in the museum are pieces that were crafted by Tonalá artists Salvador Vásquez and Juan Antonio Mateos.
What she implies is that its dominance depended on female potters "coming [to trade]," and that women began buying cast-iron pots not because they were cheaper or better but because key categories of traditional clayware were becoming more and more difficult to find.
Only this burnished clayware retained its painting when it was dug up from burial grounds centuries later.
Along one-wall was a wooden table, with clayware stacked on it, and MooN~r cloak pegs at one-foot intervals, most of which had blankets or furs dangling from them.
Shrinkage is inevitable on drying clayware such as bricks.
Compare senior pieces of glass, porcelain and clayware to newer ones.
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