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e·nam·el·ware

 (ĭ-năm′əl-wâr′)
n.
Articles coated or decorated with enamel.
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enamelware

(ɪˈnæməlwɛə)
n
1. kitchen utensils, such as saucepans, plates and mugs, coated in enamel
2. (Art Terms) decorative objects covered or decorated in enamel
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e•nam•el•ware

(ɪˈnæm əlˌwɛər)

n.
metalware, as cooking utensils, covered with an enamel surface.
[1900–05]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.enamelware - cooking utensil of enameled iron
cloisonne - enamelware in which colored areas are separated by thin metal strips
cooking utensil, cookware - a kitchen utensil made of material that does not melt easily; used for cooking
graniteware - a kind of stone-grey enamelware
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Translations

enamelware

[ɪˈnæməlwɛəʳ] Nutensilios mpl de hierro esmaltado
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enamelware

nEmail(le)waren pl
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enamelware

[ɪˈnæmlˌwɛəʳ] nstoviglie fpl smaltate
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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After producing armaments during the war, the factory went on to manufacture enamelware, and later steel and acrylic baths.
Enamelware medical container used in various hospital procedures.
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Individual portions of cauliflower cheese arrive bubbling in enamelware, while Yorkshire puddings surf on top of the plates like fat brown clouds.
Schindler, a Nazi party member whose story was told in the 1993 Oscar-winning film Schindler's List, saved Jews by employing then in his enamelware and munitions factories.
It has previously been argued that gold-core enamelware was reserved for Qing emperors alone.
In the late Middle Ages, the production of earthenware products in Karabakh specialized in three large groups - the production of non-enamelware, enamelware and building materials.
This enamelware lidded, cast-iron cocotte by Staub ($179.99) makes a handsome statement with a casserole or simply on your countertop.
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* Speckled ceramic designs reminiscent of enamelware
The German industrialist was a member of the Nazi Party, but is credited with saving the lives of 1,200 Jews during the Holocaust by employing them in his enamelware and ammunitions factories, which were located in occupied Poland and the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia.
They include new spins on old favorites, like the cinderblock garden made popular by design blogs or hanging planters made from enamelware bowls, along with never-before-seen ideas like a chimney flue planter and wall planters made from paint cans.