Pied Potter Hamelin
American Redware and Slipware
Squiggles and Dots, Black Slip on Red
The use of black slip on red clay was done by John B. Gregory of Clinton, NY in 1823 and by several other early 19th century potters. This pattern was inspired from thrown old English and European wares and several American plates.
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