Definition of Tz'u–chou
: a Chinese pottery made in Honan province during the Sung period and having usually a cream-colored glaze over a buff or gray body
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Origin and Etymology of tz'u–chou
from Tz'u-chou, district in southern Hopeh province, northeast China
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