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Earthenware daughter left out (5)

Ross

I believe the answer is:

'earthenware' is the definition.
(delft is a kind of earthenware)

'daughter left out' is the wordplay.
'daughter' becomes 'd'.
'out' indicates an anagram (out can mean wrong or inaccurate).
'left' is an anagram of 'elft'.
'd'+'elft'='DELFT'

(Other definitions for delft that I've seen before include "crockery pieces", "City in the Netherlands", "Dutch town - tin-glazed earthenware", "Dutch blue/white glazed earthenware", "Dutch town famous for ceramics".)

I've seen this clue in The Telegraph.