Ivory porcelain

porcelain with a surface like ivory, produced by depolishing. See Depolishing.

See also: Porcelain

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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In addition to the classic ivory porcelain which the company specialises in, it has added a range of white coloured porcelain range to meet market demands.
There is a deep frontage with a driveway offering plenty of off-road parking, leading to the garage and a porch which provides access to the welcoming hallway with its ivory porcelain tiles.
Caption: Lenox: Hand-dipped real lace on ivory porcelain gives a fresh look to the Lace Vase collection by Lenox.
Rodin's blackened bronzes starkly contrast with Kneebone's ivory porcelain. While many of Rodin's works were cast long after his death, existing as one of several editions, each Kneebone sculpture is unique.
It will be clad from floor to ceiling in Indonesian brown marble and Turkish limestone while the floor will be covered in ivory porcelain tiles.
Each piece is made from ivory porcelain and decorated with a hand-sculpted pink rose bud on a green stem with an ivory bisque leaf.
His taste and perfectionism lead to the firm's development of a fine ivory porcelain that has no equal.
Belleek Galway Weave dinnerware in ivory porcelain retails for $100 for a five-piece place setting.