ceramist

noun
ce·​ra·​mist | \ sə-ˈra-mist How to pronounce ceramist (audio) , ˈser-ə- \
variants: or ceramicist \ sə-​ˈra-​mə-​sist How to pronounce ceramist (audio) \

Definition of ceramist

: one who makes ceramic products or works of art

Examples of ceramist in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The ceramist’s influence is evident in the wavy, organic shapes of the line’s bold rings, pendant necklaces, chokers and earrings in silver and gold, which have been accented with freshwater pearls, silk cords and glass baubles. New York Times, 10 June 2021 For Ebitenyefa Baralaye, a Nigerian-American ceramist, sculptor and teacher at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit, the pandemic had a very personal, profound effect on his work. New York Times, 13 May 2021 Ramah Commanday, 70, a ceramist, delayed a cross-country move to stay safe during the pandemic. New York Times, 18 Apr. 2021 Uno+Ichi Whimsical ceramicware handmade in West Adams by painter and ceramist Hana Ward. Los Angeles Times, 31 Mar. 2021 Later this year, Three Gems will release an herbal line, with ingredients sourced from sustainable growersthroughout California and paired with tea ware from the L.A.-based ceramist Eunbi Cho. New York Times, 18 Feb. 2021 Made in collaboration with the ceramist Heather Levine, the artist’s new Blue Tiger side plates come in a set of four and were inspired by Delft pottery, as well as Crespo’s Southern roots. New York Times, 14 Jan. 2021 Is Latin America that sent me pieces from Oaxaca, like the larger skulls from master ceramist Rufina in Atzompa. San Diego Union-Tribune, 1 Nov. 2020 The black clay vase is from master ceramist Juan Villavicencio in Tijuana. San Diego Union-Tribune, 1 Nov. 2020

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First Known Use of ceramist

1855, in the meaning defined above

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11 Jul 2021

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“Ceramist.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/ceramist. Accessed 25 Jul. 2021.

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