stone china

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stone′ chi′na

hard ceramic ware containing feldspar; stoneware.
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for gypsum industries Ltd ) and two types of stone (Elite, Zhermack SPA-450, Italy and Dental stone China Me-hecoco.P.R.
Other good ceramic prices included a 19th century Real Stone China dinner service at pounds 550, while a miniature Caughley tea pot with a blue and white chinoiserie design sold at pounds 330.
Leeds-type ware continued to be produced, impressed with the trademark 'Brameld', but they also began to produce cheaper pearl and stone china wares, A vast range of china products were produced from grand dinner services for the tables of noblemen, down to the humble products of footbaths.
The following year she leased the pottery to Brown's nephew Ambrose Gallimore, and for the next 60-odd years Gallimore made opaque stone china there.
The following year, she leased the pottery to Brown's nephew, Ambrose Gallimore, and, for the next 60-odd years, Gallimore made opaque stone china there.