ting ware

noun \ ˈtingˌ- \
variants: or Ting ware or ting or Ting or less commonly ting yao or Ting Yao \-ˈyau̇\

Definition of ting ware

:a Chinese porcelain ware known since Sung times that is typically expertly potted, often decorated with engraved underglaze designs, and characteristically glazed with a milk-white to creamy white or less often an iron-red glaze

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Origin and Etymology of ting ware

Ting from Ting Chou, town southwest of Peking, China, where it was originally made; Ting yao from Ting + Chinese (Pekingese) yao2 pottery


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