comfortable, earthy style pottery complements
many decorative themes and home settings. "
replicates ware that was made locally in the early 1800's.
Long before the barges loaded with "stoneware clay" came up
from the U.S.A., pottery was made from local clays and
coated with lead glazes. This was called 'Redware'.
The clay used in this reproduction Redware is microwave and
ovenproof. The glaze is safe for food even though it
is developed for the "1830's look".
Redware is being used by museums in their working displays
over the open hearth and in bake ovens as
a substitute for
the authentic Redware. You can find Martha's pottery
in the Torbram Museum, Dundurn Castle, Upper Canada Village
and many other museums across Canada.
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