Examples of porcelain in a Sentence
The bowl is made of porcelain.
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Chinese porcelains and Persian and Indian textiles came in, Japanese lacquers shipped out, and Japanese artists depicted foreign ships on screens.
In those times, plenty of ships loaded with porcelain (including many bound for Europe) were lost at sea.
The artist Francesca DiMattio is zigzagging across her vast, warehouselike studio in the rural town of Hillsdale, N.Y., simultaneously firing porcelain, hand-painting ceramic flowers and touching up pottery glazes for three different sculptures.
Jared Kushner, the senior White House adviser who combines the policy bona fides of a mediocre real-estate investor with the day-to-day aesthetic of a porcelain doll, has finally lost his interim top-secret security clearance.
Over the next 15 minutes, Konte talked about her childhood in Copenhagen and her Norwegian and German adoptive parents before delving into the history of Danish porcelain from the 1700s.
Born in Shanghai, Chen first began importing antique porcelain from his native China before his design curiosity led him to collect 18th-century Italian, Danish, and American modern furniture.
There are bargains to be had on everything from Herend and Zsolnay porcelain to antique furniture, especially top-notch Art Deco, Bauhaus, Biedermeier, and Secessionist pieces.
Whether its paint splattered dinosaur bowls or sleek black-and-white porcelain mugs, her one-of-a-kind designs will instantly elevate your ceramic collection.
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Origin and Etymology of porcelain
PORCELAIN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of porcelain for English Language Learners
: a hard, white substance that is very delicate and that is made by baking clay
PORCELAIN Defined for Kids
medical Definition of porcelain
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