keramic

keramic

(kɪˈræmɪk)
adj
(Ceramics) a rare variant of ceramic
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Ads were found in almost every issue of the trade journal, Keramic Tile.
Direct on enamelling (part 1)", Ibausil, Keramic und Silicakattogung, Weimar.
2, Syracuse, New York, Keramic Studio Publishing Company, January 1903, pp.
Here there were plenty of precedents, but she sees the Arts and Crafts Movement as providing a special niche and cites the example of Adelaide Alsop Robineau (1865-1929), the editor and publisher of Keramic Studio from 1899 to 1929.
Possibly thanks to Binns, she also became well versed in the writings of Taxlle Doat, one of the main theoreticians and designers at Sevres and, through the assistance of her wealthy husband, was able to see to it that Doat's writings were translated and published in Keramic Art, a key magazine edited by the Robineaus.
Waechtersbach Spain started as the Spanish manufacturing arm of Waechtersbacher Keramic GMBH of Brachttal, Germany.
Sanitec is thought to be in merger talks with Keramic and is also thought to have approached Sphinx, a Dutch bathroom fittings manufacturer.
Another ceramic tile producer which trusts all its distribution and marketing activities to a distributor is PT Mulia Keramic Indahraya, which uses PT Catur Aditya Sentosa as the sole distributor if its "Mulia Keramic" products for the area of Jabotabek.