From Lancaster County's
Our Pennsylvania Redware uses the German forming and decorating processes
originally brought to Lancaster County. This pottery is fired to a temperature just under
2000° Fahrenheit. The lower temperature allows for a wider range of color and decorating
styles. Unlike salt-glazed pottery, the redware is glazed prior to placement into the
kiln. The work is then fired high enough to melt the applied glaze to the clay. Our
redware is available, in several delightful patterns, at either of our locations. Please
visit us in Oxford or Strasburg.
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