Redcliffe ware was produced in the Redcliffe area of Bristol, where wasters have been found. The industry began in the late 13th century and contined to the 16th. The vessels are wheel-thrown
Contains rounded quartz grains from 0.1mm to 0.4mm, sandstone fragments, a few rounded clay pellets 0.7mm, small rounded iron ore fragments 0.02mm to 0.2mm, and some specks of charcoal, up to 0.2mm
A very few sherds of this pottery have been found in Hereford City.
Wheel-thrown jugs, variety of forms, strap handles, undecorated or with incised lines. Pulled and bridge spouts, sometimes with moulded faces. Applied strips often in red firing fabric. Usually flat bases. Wheel-thrown cooking-pots appear in the 14th century.
E2b jug from Hereford.