Examples of porcelain in a Sentence
The bowl is made of porcelain.
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Prices reached record highs for seven artists and items including a porcelain set and a swan decoy.
When Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip were married in 1947, for example, the couple was showered with gifts from leaders around the world: crystal candlesticks from Sweden, porcelain horse figurines from West Germany, carpets from India, and more.
Other updated rooms include a parlor off the kitchen that's perfect for pre-dinner drinks or gatherings, and the main-level powder room that features a floating marble sink and dark porcelain tiles that add contrast to the small space.
Details are kept secret but the story will once again focus on the porcelain doll that is possessed by a demonic force.
Mercedes-Benz is considering extending its ultra-luxury Maybach badge with a crossover, complete with a porcelain tea service embedded in a heatable ebony-wood tray, to take on high-end competitors such as Bentley’s sought-after Bentayga SUV.
Post collected all sorts of items, but the largest single category in Hillwood’s Russian collection is porcelain.
This porcelain pair from Japanese maker Hasami easily stacks, so there’s more room for the important things, like her extensive coffee cup collection.
Twenty-five dollars is peanuts to pay for an afternoon admiring treasures including Bronze Era jewelry and Ming Dynasty porcelain to Rembrandt portraits.
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Origin and Etymology of porcelain
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Definition of porcelain for English Language Learners
: a hard, white substance that is very delicate and that is made by baking clay
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