Astbury

noun Ast·bury \ˈas(t)b(ə)rē, -ri\
variants: or

Astburyware

Definition of Astbury

plural

-s

  1. :  18th century English pottery including red stoneware with sprigged or molded ornamentation and mottled lead-glazed earthenware figures

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Origin and Etymology of astbury

after John Astbury †1743 English potter


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