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Rather, the decline reflected second thoughts about the Chinese aesthetic and the rebirth of Eurocentric pride reflected in a neo-classical obsession with the glories of ancient Europe, a preoccupation reflected in the ceramic wares of Josiah Wedgwood.
According to Stern, in contrast to the notion that ceramic wares were imported to Acre and surrounding ports as luxury items, the findings of her study revealed exactly the opposite.
Before World War II some museums held small collections of ceramic wares from southeast Asia and individual scholarly articles appeared in specialist periodicals, such as the Journal of the Siam Society, and occasionally in art journals, such as the Burlington Magazine, but they addressed a very limited audience.
The rise of Majolica pottery in the Italian Renaissance signaled a change in the perception and purpose of ceramic wares.
Collectors of pottery and porcelain find plenty to satisfy the collecting lust at Carmarthen, which boasts dealers in all kinds of ceramic wares from the 19th and early 20th centuries.
1930sClarice Cliff's Art Deco ceramic wares have become the most talked- about collectables of the century.
These stores will sell a broad range of home furnishings products, from sofas to kitchen furniture, from bookcases to bedroom furniture, and including accoutrements such as ceramic wares and lamps, in the low to medium price range.
Hee-sook Ko, a Korean ceramist, makes ceramic wares using a porcelain slip poured into a plaster mould rather than using wheel throwing.
The volume includes a chapter on Chinese export ceramics that delves into Chinese trade activities and ceramic wares made for export as well as a chapter about the authenticity of Chinese ceramics, discussing issues related to connoisseurship of this Chinese art.
With first settlement of Fiji dated to 3050 BP at Bourewa on Viti Levu (Nunn 2005), the Sigatoka jar and bowls document a continuous production of dentate stamp Lapita ceramic wares over a five and a half century period on western Viti Levu.
This coincided with the Industrial Revolution and the ability to apply transfer decoration to ceramic wares that became the standard method of decoration for cheaper wares.
The recipes formulated were used for the coating of ceramic wares and subjected to test firing at temperatures ranging from 1167[degrees]C to 1186[degrees]C using one straight firing from greenware to gloss temperatures.