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Pottery decorated with liquid clays, or slips, applied through hollow quills of turkey feathers was known as “Slipware.”  This type of decoration was practiced in every region with a ceramic tradition, but was particularly common in areas that had limited access to colored clays.

Neal Armstrong.  1930-2012.  First person to look up and see...us.  Another devotee of Historic Shirts by Stephen Earp Redware.

Neal Armstrong. 1930-2012. First person to look up and see…us. Another devotee of Historic Shirts by Stephen Earp Redware.

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