Agateware hand thrown pottery with mixed red and white stoneware clay fired to 1260 making it very durable and oven / microwave proof
can be done in any size
what is the technique know as agate ware
Agateware, in pottery, 18th-century ware of varicoloured clay, with an overall marbled effect. Agateware was probably introduced about 1730 by Dr. Thomas Wedgwood of Rowley’s Pottery, Burslem, Staffordshire, Eng. The random mingling of coloured clays, such as red and buff, gave a broad veining to domestic and ornamental pieces.