Examples of stoneware in a Sentence
collects 19th-century English stoneware, especially soup tureens
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The two canisters were then placed inside a blue stoneware bowl made by a Virginia artist and selected by the curator of a local museum as Thursday's vessel for democracy.
The dealers display their antique treasures, including country and formal furniture, folk art, textiles, oriental rugs, antique and vintage jewelry, civil war items, stoneware, decoys, sporting items and many other categories in room setting booths.
The initial launch of the line includes cookware, stoneware, bakeware, cutlery, tools and gadgets and pantry items, while cast iron and specialty enamel on steel collections will make their debut in November.
Coffee Grinder, about $2,000, sigmarlondon.com For a line of stoneware plates and cups, composites of randomly mixed colored clays are molded under pressure to turn out squiggly patterned, one-of-a-kind tableware.
Notably absent are tables or chairs— there are only stools and the steps—which emphasize the city's renowned stoneware.
One underground vault contained around 8,000 unused ceramic and stoneware jars for preserves, pickles and sauces.
For lunch in their Woodstock, Vermont, garden, Zoe and James Zilian — the ceramist founders of Farmhouse Pottery — take their cues from the earthy texture of stoneware.
Oviri recurs in a stoneware figurine, fired in a Paris kiln during his last visit to Europe, as a bare-breasted warrior with a wolf beneath her foot.
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