Definition of stoneware
: a strong opaque ceramic ware that is high-fired, well vitrified, and nonporous
Examples of stoneware in a Sentence
collects 19th-century English stoneware, especially soup tureens
Recent Examples of stoneware from the Web
The plates are heavy speckled stoneware and sport chef Timothy Hollingsworth’s globally inspired but unmistakably California cuisine.
Mr. Lenn hired the same architecture firm that designed Blackberry’s spa, and its stoneware is made by the same potter, Leanne McQueen, who creates Blackberry’s tableware.
Preheat oven to 325 degrees F. Place four 12-ounce crocks, ramekins, or stoneware baking dishes on a baking sheet.
Among her prize offerings this year is an asymmetrical spherical stoneware vessel about 20 inches in diameter formed of ropy lines evoking the sea.
One underground vault contained around 8,000 unused ceramic and stoneware jars for preserves, pickles and sauces.
By the early 19th century, potters in Britain had developed stoneware — an inexpensive, sturdy and easily mass-produced alternative.
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Definition of stoneware for English Language Learners
: objects made of a special baked clay
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