earthen-ware

earthenware

[ur-thuhn-wair]
noun
1.
pottery of baked or hardened clay, especially any of the coarse, opaque varieties.
2.
clay for making such pottery.

Origin:
1640–50; earthen + ware1

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earthenware (ˈɜːθənˌwɛə)
 
n
a.  vessels, etc, made of baked clay
 b.  (as adjective): an earthenware pot

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earthenware
1670s, from earthen + ware.
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