Gabri ware

(from the article `Byid Dynasty`) Byid pottery, usually called Gabr ware, is a red-bodied earthenware covered with a white slip (liquified clay washed over the body before firing). ... Extensive use was made of slip. Wares such as the early Gabr type of the 11th century and later have a reddish body washed over with white slip. ... [...
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