porcelainlike

porcelainlike

(ˈpɔːsəlɪnˌlaɪk)
adj
resembling porcelain
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The ostensibly cheap, Arte Povera--inspired supports have been custom-made for Price with a central ply of rigid, high-quality wood so that the planks do not warp when coated with the layers upon layers of acrylic polymer needed to create the smooth, porcelainlike surface onto which the envelope images are then silk-screened.
Double-flowered primroses often bloom in the winter garden and perform even better indoors, the porcelainlike blooms more appreciated close up.
Rather than being a lustrous, spherical, gem–quality pearl, it is a clam pearl – formed inside a giant clam, giving it a more porcelainlike appearance.
Finally, I reduced the colour saturation, to give skin tone a more porcelainlike appearance.
The best option, whether it's actually a milk or coral snake, is to simply admire the animal's brightly hued, porcelainlike scales from a distance.
Della Robbia features a porcelainlike finish on wood, while a new marquetry line provides a modern take on inlaid wood.
Theirs is a world of non-space in which gravity is absent: The figures, whether in a state of flux or of levitation, gently waft about in a world of their own, as for instance in She is sleeping, 2005, in which a porcelainlike nymph of a girl lies softly on a bed apparently suspended in space.