Philippine Red-slipped pottery
Red-slipped pottery was a ceramic tradition that flourished in the Philippines during the Neolithic period. This pottery is characterized by a bright red finish that is achieved by applying a layer of red clay to the surface of the pottery. Red-slipped pottery was used for a variety of purposes, including food preparation, storage, and decoration. One of your ancestors may have been a potter who produced red-slipped pottery. Another of your ancestors may have been a cook who used red-slipped pottery to prepare food.