Synonyms for chinaware or Related words with chinaware

tablewares              dinnerware              metalware              teapots              paperweights              flatware              delftware              faience              majolica              redware              porcelains              hollowware              furnitures              barware              brassware              earthenware              lacquerware              tankards              vases              sanitaryware              japanned              jewelries              marquetry              earthenwares              handcrafted              leatherwork              maiolica              houseware              glasswork              snuffboxes              jewelers              silverwork              craftwork              holloware              embroideries              wares              jewelery              kitchenwares              crocks              stoneware              sweetmeats              tureens              bijouterie              cabochons              manufacturies              corningware              silversmiths              metalwork              saucepans              lusterware             

Examples of "chinaware"
"most popular handbook for decorators of chinaware", having reached a national audience.
Among the chinaware in this hall, these are the most exceptional:
The Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911) chinaware collections, together with the Japanese Kakiemon and Imari collections are astounding.
A chinaman is a dealer in porcelain and chinaware, especially in 18th-century London, where this was a recognised trade; a "toyman" dealt additionally in fashionable trifles, such as snuffboxes. Chinamen bought large quantities of china imported by the East India Company, who held auctions twice a year in London. The traders then distributed chinaware throughout England.
Temple Street was home to many Teochew traders who sold Chinaware and household items. There were also itinerant tinsmiths and metalware workshops as well as blacksmiths making horseshoes.
In his essay, A Nice Cup of Tea, writer George Orwell asserts that "britanniaware" teapots "produce inferior tea" (when compared to Chinaware).
The ceramic collection includes medieval, renaissance and baroque pottery, a maiolica group with pieces from 17th-century Lodi and Milan, and a collection of European chinaware and earthenware.
Under the reign of Nasser ed Din Shah, this building was used as a warehouse for the chinaware and silverware which was dedicated to Qajar kings.
Manufacturing wood products, sanitary vitreous chinaware and metal fittings aimed at the furniture industry and the civil construction sectors, Duratex S.A has ten industrial plants, located in the States of São Paulo, Minas Gerais and Rio Grande do Sul.
The Gojōzaka district near Kiyomizu has a large Chinaware market with around 400 shops, which makes it one of the largest in Japan. Every summer a large market is held which sells Kyō ware.
In 1805-6, "Neva" carried a cargo of 150,000 fur seal pelts to China. There she sold them for tea, chinaware and nankeen, which she carried back to Russia.
On July 20, 1871, sixteen local businessmen purchased the struggling local pottery, incorporated, capitalized the company for $50,000, and began to expand its lines to produce white earthenware for table and toilet use. The company extended its lines to include restaurant and retail consumer chinaware and various ceramic wares such as storage containers, planters, bed pans, serving vessels and table accessories.
The provincial slogan is "Source of national heritage and pride, birth place of the Thai alphabet, fireworks of the Loy Krathong festival, preservation of Buddhism, the fine Teen Jok cloth, ancient golden chinaware, holy image of Ramkhamhaeng the Great's mother, the dawn of happiness".
Other artifacts exhibited are certain collections of furniture and objects of art loaned and donated by different antique collectors and by some of the famous and landed gentry of Lipa: antique cabinets, tables, mirrors, antique silverware chinaware, tea sets, religious images and articles, jars, and brass artifacts.
The distinctiveness of the art is that whole collection of art pieces are shaped and created only from sanitary waste item. The sanitary waste items means discarded and damaged sanitary products used in bathroom, kitchen and public health such as water storage tanks, pipes, tapes, fountains, chinaware etc.
Other KSL subsidiary companies include Thai Fermentation Industry, which produces Red Spoon brand condiments and is the largest exporter of seasoning products in Thailand; and Chengteh Chinaware Thailand, which produces and trades ceramic giftware. As of 2003 KSL is working to use waste molasses and bagasse for the production of ethanol and gasahol.
The store was known to carry over 2000 different articles. Anything from hunting rifles to chinaware, chandeliers, porcelain goods, sewing equipment, stoves, coffee, the finest and hard to find delicatessen, dry goods, chocolates and biscuits...all, initially, imported from England. Hence, had the nickname "Ingiliz Pazari" in Turkish or "English Market".
The duke of Martina, estimator and connoisseur of every type of artefacts, bought items from the main European cities gathering, starting from the second half of the 19th century, an impressive collection of chinaware, majolica and minor artistic artefacts made of glass, leather, coral and ivory.
This building replaced the building of Narenjestan in the north of the Ivory Hall (Talar e Adj). All the chinaware that were dedicated to Qajar kings by the European kings were taken to this room and were arranged in show cases which were built for this purpose.
The collection includes utensils made by the Grassfield people,(peoples of North-West and West Cameroon). These utensils include pots, plates, dishes, spoons and knives. They are made using materials such as glass, plastic, enamel, wood, glazed pottery. Most of the utensils used in Cameroon now are imported with Chinaware being popular, as are enamel and plastic utensils.