Department of Anthropology
- Type: Fine stoneware
- Date range: c.1763-1775
- Median date: 1769
- Place of origin: England
A stoneware that was sometimes described as "red porcelain." The pieces were usually engine-turned and dry-bodied.
Teapots are the most common form, usually copying silver designs. These were decorated with moulded sprigged ornament in rococo motifs. Teapots were also engine-turned, and some were lead glazed (which covered the red body).
The red wares were produced primarily by English potters.
See Noel Hume 1976: 120-121, and South 1977: 211