Etymology
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crockery (n.)

"earthen vessels collectively," 1719 (in crockery-ware); see crock + -ery. Especially ones made of glazed pottery or stoneware and for domestic use. Crocker, an old name for a potter, survives as a surname (late 13c.).

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Definitions of crockery

crockery (n.)
tableware (eating and serving dishes) collectively;
Synonyms: dishware
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