barbotine

noun
bar·​bo·​tine | \¦bärbə¦tēn\
plural -s

Definition of barbotine 

2 or barbotine ware : early European ware decorated with raised slip designs

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History and Etymology for barbotine

borrowed from French, from barboter “to dabble, splash about, stir up (water or mud)” (altered from Old French borbeter, bourbouter) + -ine -ine entry 2

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