Synonyms for stoneware or Related words with stoneware
Examples of "stoneware"
Finch had always been inspired by the Japanese potter Shoji Hamada, and starting experiments with
in 1952. A new
kiln was built and slipware production continued using electric kilns until 1964 when all production switched to
. In 1974 a wood fired kiln was built to replace the oil fired kiln for
production and is still in use.
LanSchool was acquired by
in 2011. In September 2012 Lenovo announced the acquisition of
and the acquisition was completed on December 26, 2012.
Company was in production from 1894 to 1906. It is one of the companies that merged to form Red Wing Union
Red Wing Union
Company incorporated all the offshoot companies under the operating name of Red Wing Union
Company, and operated from 1906 to 1936.
originated in the Rhineland area of Germany circa 15th century. American
was fired to a high temperature (about 1200 °C to 1315 °C).
a factory producing
pipes near Novgorod.
(fine earthenware), ovenproof models, vitroporcelain and
. His most well-known creations are the model "Kongsstein", the flintware service "Brunette" and the
service "Finse". In addition to his work as a designer of tableware for households and the professional market, he created a series of vases, small objects of decorative art and reliefs in coloured
for wall decoration.
Company was in operation from 1877 to 1906. It is one of the companies that merged to form Red Wing Union
Company. In 1984 John Falconer bought the rights to the name and started manufacturing
again in Red Wing. In 2013 B. and I. Johnson purchased the company.
is not recognised as a category in traditional East Asian terminology, and much Asian
, such as Chinese Ding ware for example, is counted as porcelain by local definitions. Terms such as "porcellaneous" or "near-porcelain" may be used in such cases. One widely recognised definition of
is from the Combined Nomenclature of the European Communities, a European industry standard. It states:
was in production from 1892 to 1896.
Five basic categories of
have been suggested:
is a type of
pottery popular in 19th century North America. The predominant houseware of the era, it was usually covered in a salt glaze and often decorated using cobalt oxide to produce bright blue decorations.
Whilst Staffordshire had taken the lead, creamware came to be developed in a number of large potting centres where
was already being produced, eventually replacing
entirely. These included Derbyshire, Liverpool, Yorkshire (including the Leeds pottery) and Swansea.
In September 2012, Lenovo agreed to acquire the United States-based software company
, in its first software acquisition. The transaction was expected to close by the end of 2012; no financial details have been disclosed. Lenovo said that the company was acquired in order to gain access to new technology and that
is not expected to significantly affect earnings. More specifically,
was acquired to further Lenovo's efforts to improve and expand its cloud-computing services. For the two years prior to its acquisition,
partnered with Lenovo to sell its software. During this period Stoneware's sales doubled.
was founded in 2000. As of September 2012,
is based in Carmel, Indiana and has 67 employees.
Many modern commercial tablewares and kitchenwares use
rather than porcelain or bone china, and it is common in craft and studio pottery. American
was the predominant houseware of 19th century North America, where the alternatives were less developed.
Mel Cornshucker (born October 4, 1952) is a contemporary Cherokee potter living in Tulsa, Oklahoma, who works in
, porcelain, and raku clay. Cornshucker is known for his high-fire
, decorated with hand-painted, Native-inspired motifs and designs.
He returned to England in 1948 and made
pottery at Wenford Bridge.
By 1894 Lachenal had begun casting sculptors' work in
with mat glazes.
Finch was interested in
, and in 1952 he started experimenting with the more difficult clay. The experiments were eventually successful and in 1954 the bottle kiln was fired for the last time, since it was too large and unsuitable for
. Slipware production continued by using electric kilns, but was phased out in 1964. In 1974 the wood fired kiln was built to replace the oil fired kiln for
production and has been used ever since.
Boleslawiec Pottery is also known collectively as "Polish pottery" or "Polish
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