ceramics

Clay-based products which are hardened by firing. The term, from the Greek keramos (clay), embraces all pottery including earthenware, STONEWARE PORCELAIN and BONE china..

ceramics

Pottery and ceramic artifacts.
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Ceramics

• (n.) The art of making things of baked clay; as pottery, tiles, etc. • (n.) Work formed of clay in whole or in part, and baked; as, vases, urns, etc.
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ceramics

noun the art of making and decorating pottery
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Ceramics

Ce·ram'ics noun [ See Ceramic .] 1. The art of making things of baked clay; as pottery, tiles, etc. 2. plural Work formed of clay in whole or in part, and baked; as, vases, urns, etc. Knight.
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Ceramics

Also called pottery, an activity where campers use clay to form vessels and sculpture that can then be glazed and kiln fired.
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ceramics

ceramics (surăm'iks) , materials made of nonmetallic minerals that have been permanently hardened by firing at a high temperature, or objects made of such materials. Most ceramics resist heat and chemicals and are poor conductors of heat and electricity. Traditional ceramics are made of cl...
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Ceramics

Ceramics are brittle materials made from the strong heating of clay, such as pottery and china.
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ceramics

Clay-based products which are hardened by firing. The term, from the Greek keramos (clay), embraces all pottery including earthenware, STONEWARE PORCELAIN and BONE china. See Collecting Antique Ceramics
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ceramics

Collective term for all products (majolica, porcelain, stoneware, stoneware), which are made from different clays by burning. The differences of the various products result from the different mix of raw materials (clay, quartz, feldspar, calcite etc.) and above all from the firing temperature. Stoneware is burned at less and stoneware is fired at m...
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Ceramics

Compounds of a metal and oxygen formed of chemically and bio-chemically stable substances that are s
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Ceramics

Earthenware, porcelain, or brick products produced from a non-metallic material, such as clay or glass, fired at a high temperature
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ceramics

Generic term for all types of porcelain and pottery.
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Ceramics

Hard glasslike compound. Ceramics are made by exposing clay to extreme heat in a kiln. The result is earthenware and stoneware art pieces. British Artists showing at Red Rag Modern British Art Gallery and specialising in Ceramic Art include: Walter Awlson and Brian Hollingworth .
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ceramics

Products made by baking or firing nonmetallic minerals (clay and similar materials). In making dental restorations or parts of restorations the material is fused porcelain. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Ceramics

Small ceramic platters, round, oval, square and rectangular have been used by some painters, either
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Ceramics

The art making of objects of clay and firing them in a kiln. Wares of earthenware and porcelain, as well as sculpture are made by ceramists. Enamel is also a ceramic technique. Ceramic materials may be decorated with slip, engobe, or glaze, applied by a number of techniques, including resist, mishima, and sanggam. Pots made be made by the coil, sla...
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ceramics

[n] - the art of making and decorating pottery
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