Biscuit fired thrown agateware sherd in unidentified hollow form, probably a teapot or jug.  This waster sherd is comprised of the blending of three different clay colors and was discarded prior to glazing - Agateware was one of the first earthenware ceramics to be fired twice: the first firing produced an unglazed, biscuit-fired vessel, which was then glazed and fired a second time - Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire in Hanley.  Cannot be attributed to a specific pottery.

Hanley 9