porcelain earth

porcelain earth

[′pȯrs·lən ‚ərth]
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They told me there were fountains and fishponds in the garden, all paved on the bottom and sides with the same; and fine statues set up in rows on the walks, entirely formed of the porcelain earth, burnt whole.
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The steps are as follows: to flatten the pillow pieces on the gauze beneath, to cut it symmetrically, to press each part forcibly into models, to enforce the interface inside with porcelain earth, to make the body part model, to carve and to attach additional patterns to the main body for the purpose of partial decoration, to save an elliptic hollow at the pillow lid interface for later reinforcement and moulding inside, to connect the pillow body and pillow surface when the moisture is appropriate, to dig a hole at one side for ventilation during the burning process, at last to add more porcelain clay to strengthen and mould.