Lowestoft ware

noun Lowes·toft ware \ˈlōzˌtȯft-, -ˌtäft-, -təft-\
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Definition of Lowestoft ware



  1. 1 :  a soft china made at Lowestoft, England from 1757 to 1802

  2. 2 :  Chinese porcelain specially decorated (as with armorial bearings) for the English trade —called also Chinese export porcelain

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Origin and Etymology of lowestoft ware

from Lowestoft, city in eastern England

First Known Use: 1790

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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