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Canton ware

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noun Can·ton ware \ˈkan-ˌtän-\

Definition of Canton ware

  1. :  ceramic ware exported from China especially during the 18th and 19th centuries by way of Canton (Guangzhou) and including blue-and-white and enameled porcelain and various ornamented stonewares



Circa 1902

First Known Use of canton ware

circa 1902

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