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Potterydecorated with a combination of contrastingly coloured clays, supposed to resemble the layersof colour in an agatestone.
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- noun pottery that is veined and mottled to resemble agate
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A steaming agateware can of water stood on the floor just inside this door.
Of course, it is not necessary to tell even unexperienced housewives never under any circumstances allow food to stand in tins in which it was canned; do not ever stand food away in tin; use small agateware dishes, in which food, such as small quantities of left-overs, etc, may be reheated.
The tall chest to the left of Dek's portrait holds several samples of Timberlake's pottery, agateware, decoys and other miscellaneous items.
To the right side of the granary, visitors can enjoy an interesting display of even more of Timberlake's agateware.
Featuring countertops of hand-made brick with matching flooring and handmade cabinet hardware, the kitchen area is not only functional but is also an attractive display area for Timberlake's collection of agateware.