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hard, white, translucent pottery with soft glazeglaze,
translucent layer that coats pottery to give the surface a finish or afford a ground for decorative painting. Glazes—transparent, white, or colored—are fired on the clay.
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, known as porcelainporcelain
[Ital. porcellana], white, hard, permanent, nonporous pottery having translucence which is resonant when struck. Porcelain was first made by the Chinese to withstand the great heat generated in certain parts of their kilns.
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. It originated in China but is now produced in various countries. Its composition is of kaolin and petuntse.
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By 2011, Deema Collection grew to include luxury chinaware as part of the liveA[degrees]in line.
Almost all of the art, chinaware, lighting -- even a handful of dresses -- is for sale, in what is essentially a pop-up shop.
Design elements of the crockery incorporate the traditional decoration techniques of English potters in the Stoke-on-Trent area and involves the use of formal, intricate decorative techniques in a range of bone chinaware.
England's bowlers are back at the same venue, the M Chinaware Stadium, to face Ireland in their third Group B match on Wednesday.
Modern Go sleek & elegant with contemporary table and chairs then add colour with chinaware in funky shades and vivid furnishings Maple veneer collection pounds 123 for table and four chairs (www.
For example, he sees Baum's unpleasant experiences as a traveling salesman for a firm that sells chinaware as somehow analogous to Dorothy, the Tin Man, the Scarecrow, and the Cowardly Lion's search for the Wicked Witch of the West.
Daniel Doulton, the descendent of the founders of the famous Royal Doulton chinaware firm in Stoke-on-Trent, set up Spinvox in 2003.
Each room includes a Versace Home ware Collection ranging from linen and pillows to cutlery and chinaware.
The showroom also features an extensive range of accessories including cashmere blankets, towels and chinaware that are all part of the VIP amenities packages.
GLAMOUR: House of Fraser's Deco chinaware, from pounds 8: STYLISH: House of Fraser's Deco glassware, pounds 4: ELEGANT: House of Fraser's Deco dining range, from pounds 4 to pounds 9: TRADITION: Festive store display featuring the familiar Christmas white and red: REGAL: Heal's Christmas store display, featuring golds and regal purple
From 1773, the East India Company had begun to reduce their imports of chinaware, making it difficult for families to obtain replacements and additions.
95), a collector's handbook pairing lovely color photos of pieces and sets with an arrangement by type of English chinaware for quick reference.