Saint–Porchaire faïence

noun \¦saⁿˌpȯr¦sha(a)(ə)r-\

Definition of Saint–Porchaire faïence

  1. :  a ware of pale buff clay inlaid with elaborate patterns in a darker color made at St.-Porchaire, France in the 16th century —called also Henri Deux faïence, faïence d'Oiron

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Origin and Etymology of saint–porchaire faïence

from St.-Porchaire, town in western France


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