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Rights: Image: Staffordshire plate, ca. 1850, Petri Khrohn, Creative Commons 3.0 and Crown Lynn lunch plate, University of Waikato. Published 7 February 2018 Size: 590 KB Referencing Hub media

Stoneware is a type of pottery that is impermeable and vitrified. Stoneware clay is fired in a kiln at temperatures between 1100°C to 1300°C.

Image: Staffordshire plate, ca. 1850, Petri Khrohn, Creative Commons 3.0 and Crown Lynn lunch plate, University of Waikato.