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Talavera

[ tah-lah-vair-uh, tal-uh- ]
/ ˌtɑ lɑˈvɛər ə, ˌtæl ə- /
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noun

a type of Mexican earthenware characterized by colorful, detailed patterns and a milky glaze.

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Origin of Talavera

Named after Talavera de la Reina, the Spanish village famed for this pottery
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