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chinaware,

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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We still don't have any plants manufacturing chinaware in the country, and we lack that expertise.
Targeted at families, the restaurant is promising live cooking stations featuring Chinese, Indian, and other favourites including oysters, sushi, sashimi, grilled lobsters and foie gras, all served on Versace chinaware.
RED's individual design represents the playfulness and vibrancy of the story behind its inception, using furniture and chinaware to evoke global festivals, celebrations and cultures.
Alternatively, the boards have a black side that can "cast shadows" or get rid of unwanted highlights on reflective subjects such as chinaware.
Additionally, I see technology gifts are more common than traditional gifts such as chinaware," added McGrath.
It's the finer details that exude the intricacy put into this hotel; there are over 3,000 pieces of handcrafted glasses and over 9,000 pieces of handcrafted chinaware created especially for Marsa Malaz Kempinski.
It's the finer details that exude the intricacy put into this hotel with over 3,000 pieces of handcrafted glasses and over 9,000 pieces of handcrafted chinaware created especially for the hotel.
With items for the dining room - such as chinaware, cutlery and glassware -- and lighting options, including lamps, wall lamps and lanterns, "Saudi homes have never before had such eclectic European interior design options," the company stated.
He went on to say that saffron, followed by cement, steel, chinaware, ceramics, plastic products, carpets and floor mats include the top export products of the province.
The first resulted in an adaptation of Asian applied art to European taste, even on the basis of express guidelines from the far-away buyer, with the export of millions of pieces of chinaware as the outstanding example.
Hankook Chinaware, the South Korean factory known globally for its bone china production, will occupy a renovated 1,200-square-foot showroom on the 19th floor.
In reading about the chinaware of yznik, on the Three Empires of Islam: Masterpieces of Ottoman, Safavid and Mughal Art from the Louvre Museum website (http://mini-site.