Definition of earthenware
: ceramic ware made of slightly porous opaque clay fired at low heat
Examples of earthenware in a Sentence
The dish is made of earthenware.
a wide array of hand-painted earthenware available at the craft fair
Recent Examples of earthenware from the Web
Other artifacts found in the room include a table, storage jars, a grinding stone and a large earthenware jar.
Creamy white beans, pork belly, and peppery Toulouse sausage fill an earthenware bowl.
It has been prepared for more than 200 years in earthenware baking-dishes or directly in ovens.
Antoine Westermann, Le Coq Rico, New York: Much More Than a Casserole One of Westermann's most personal dishes is the baeckeoffe, a casserole baked in a traditional, covered earthenware vessel made with clay from the Rhine Valley.
A Commemorative earthenware tableware is directly descended from the very expensive Chinese export porcelains — porcelains made in China specifically in the Western taste to appeal to Western markets.
One of the oldest surviving maps, scratched onto an earthenware plate in Mesopotamia more than 4,000 years ago, depicts mountains as a series of little domes.
Glazed earthenware tiles by the American artist Nick Mauss have a painterly touch similar to those by Burle Marx on view.
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Definition of earthenware for Students
: things (as dishes) made of baked clay
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