Definition of redware in English:

redware

noun

historical
  • Any of various kinds of pottery made from red clay or given a red colour in firing; especially (a) boccaro as imported into Europe from China in the 17th cent., or European stoneware made in imitation of this; (b) a kind of coarse pottery made from red clay which fires at a low temperature.

Origin

Late 17th century; earliest use found in Martin Lister (bap. 1639, d. 1712), physician and naturalist. From red + ware.

Pronunciation

redware

/ˈrɛdwɛː/