This category includes non-industrial pottery items usually associated with small country potteries, such as cradles and moneyboxes etc. It may also include some C19th art wares and agate wares.
Earthenware is a large category that effectively includes any pottery that is fired to below porcelain or stoneware temperatures; typically earthenware would therefore mean any ceramic body fired up to a maximum of around 1150 degrees centigrade (about 2100 degrees Fahrenheit).
Other earthenwares such as creamware and pearlware etc. (as produced in more industrialised potteries) are listed in separate categories.