whiteware


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whiteware

(ˈwaɪtˌwɛə)
n
(Ceramics) white earthenware
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They also made whiteware, known as blanks, that was sold to art studios and amateur china painters.
"Another item that is often overlooked when talking about seasonal housewares sales is whiteware," Nicklin added.
The Kerikeri/Waipapa refuse transfer station will be open seven days a week from Monday 10 December and will accept bulk and bagged rubbish, household recycling, e-waste, whiteware, scrap metal, waste oil and household hazardous waste.
In 1927, she was given her own studio at Newport and was allowed to decorate some of the old whiteware in her own freehand patterns.
En estos sitios se identificaron ciertas tendencias generales para la segunda mitad del siglo XIX (ver Tablas 1 y 2), tales como: 1) el uso de vajillas de lozas inglesas del tipo pearlware y whiteware; 2) botellas de vidrio de variados contenidos y procedencias: vino y champagne frances, ginebra holandesa, cerveza inglesa, hesperidina de fabricacion nacional, Bitter, licor; jerez espanol, entre otros; 3) otros recipientes vitreos como vasos, tarros de comestibles, tarros y frascos de perfumeria y/o farmacia; 4) botellas de gres de ginebra holandesa asi como botellas de cerveza y tinteros ingleses; 5) utensilios y contenedores de metal; y 6) en algunos casos, vajilla y objetos de porcelana europea.
He started the whiteware unit at Bhadrawati along with innovations like the design of a paddy-husk-fired kiln (with financial assistance from the Department of Science and Technology for whom he was technical adviser for a few years), along with glazed terracotta.
In the early southern whiteware, known as Qingbai or Yingqing (shadow-blue), the body was a combination of porcelain stone and a smaller amount of white clay: the glaze was then made from a mixture of the body material and limestone, probably in a ratio around 70/30.
Founded by mother-daughter team, Nancy and Alaina Young, Q Squared NYC has risen in popularity and has become best known for its signature textured whiteware and range of designs.
At the World of Fine Dining zone, more than 300 exhibitors from all over the world have brought a wide range of cookware, kitchen and dining products, such as the famous glassware brand Glasslock, the local kitchenware design brand Konstar, and Wilmax with their quality ceramic whiteware, to fit the trend of fine dining at home.
While some early works were created of stoneware, Bacerra's favourite clay bodies were porcelain or low-fire whiteware. His forming techniques included wheel throwing, slab-building, or slipcasting.
Standard Test Method for Drying and Firing Shrinkages of Ceramic Whiteware Clays.
And as a buyer you have to take off your personal hat.'' Karen admits if she would succumb to her personal preferences, she'd stock the store with whiteware and tabletop.