creamware

noun
cream·ware | \ ˈkrēm-ˌwer \

Definition of creamware 

: earthenware having a cream-colored glaze

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Our favorites include these creamware mugs, molded from white Cornish clay and coated in a clear glaze, which were first made in a village outside Leeds in the mid 18th century. Peter Terzian, ELLE Decor, "Tea and Sympathy," 15 June 2010

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First Known Use of creamware

1780, in the meaning defined above

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