Examples of pottery in a Sentence
He has collected pottery for years.
She was a painter for years before she discovered pottery.
Recent Examples of pottery from the Web
Visitors also can check out a slew of demonstrations — pottery, clock-building, painting, blanket-weaving and more.
Shady Grove Farmers Market Produce, meats, flowers, cheeses, Maryland wines, pottery, jewelry, food trucks and more.
The mineral once used to dye pottery dark blue is now in demand from car and phone makers from Tesla Inc. to Apple Inc. More than half of global production comes from Congo.
His office is spare, strewn with papers, and decorated with Creole pottery and some contemporary abstract paintings of the French Quarter.
D.H., Southwest Portland A. Your daughter’s set was manufactured by Henriot pottery, between 1922 and 1968, in Quimper in Brittany in northwest France.
Such structures are unique for humans at this time—a period that predates agriculture or even pottery.
The color had been used for centuries to give glass and pottery brilliant blue finishes, but there was a lot of uncertainty about where exactly the color came from.
Peony’s visual pleasures extend to the interior, decorated with Chinese pottery, brass and vases of silk peonies.
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First Known Use of pottery
POTTERY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pottery for English Language Learners
: objects (such as bowls, plates, etc.) that are made out of clay usually by hand and then baked at high temperatures so that they become hard
: the art or activity of making objects out of clay
: a place where potters make objects out of clay
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