Bowl

late 1100s–early 1200s
Location: not on view
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Fritware

Where fine clay was unavailable, potters made a paste out of ground quartz, clay, and glass. When fired, the paste created a compact white material called fritware that approximated the appearance of porcelain.
Bowl

Bowl

late 1100s–early 1200s

Ayyubid Syria, Rusapha

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