Semiporcelain - definition of semiporcelain by The Free Dictionary
sem·i·por·ce·lain (sĕm′ē-pôr′sə-lĭn, sĕm′ī-)
Any of several glazed ceramic wares resembling porcelain but having little or no translucency.
(Ceramics) a durable porcellaneous stoneware; stone china
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Flow Blue is a term for blue-and-white porcelain, semiporcelain
and stoneware pieces that have a blurry finish rather than a crisp pattern.
She has been working in semiporcelain
paperclay for the last few years.
It is semiporcelain
and may have once been part of a complete set of dinnerware.
It specialized in semiporcelain
dinnerware, hotel ware and decorative ware.
It produced ironstone, semiporcelain
and white graniteware.