enamel ware

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  • enamel — [e nam′əl, inam′əl] n. [ME < the v.] 1. a glassy, colored, opaque substance fused to surfaces of metals, glass, and pottery as an ornamental or protective coating 2. any smooth, hard, glossy coating or surface like enamel 3. the hard, white,… …   English World dictionary

  • Limoges painted enamel — Enamel work made in Limoges, France, generally considered the finest painted enamel ware produced in Europe in the 16th century. The earliest examples show religious scenes in the late Gothic style, but Italian Renaissance motifs appeared с 1520 …   Universalium

  • Limoges ware — Limoges Li*moges (l[ e]*m[=o]zh ), prop. n. 1. A city of Southern France. [1913 Webster] 2. A variety of fine porcelain manufactured at Limoges[1]; also called {Limoges ware} or {Limoges China}. [PJC] {Limoges enamel}, a kind of enamel ware in… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Limoges enamel — Limoges Li*moges (l[ e]*m[=o]zh ), prop. n. 1. A city of Southern France. [1913 Webster] 2. A variety of fine porcelain manufactured at Limoges[1]; also called {Limoges ware} or {Limoges China}. [PJC] {Limoges enamel}, a kind of enamel ware in… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • sanitary ware — enamel or ceramic plumbing fixtures (toilet bowls, lavatories, sinks) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Lotus Ware — is a type of porcelain produced from approximately 1892 to 1896 at the Knowles, Taylor Knowles (KT K) pottery of East Liverpool, Ohio, United States. The name of the porcelain came from owner Isaac Knowles, who felt that the glaze of the pieces… …   Wikipedia

  • Carlton Ware — was a famous Stoke on Trent based pottery manufacturer. The company is best remembered for its often rather garish tableware, often in the form of highly decorated leaves or fruit, and the ceramic toucans it made as promotional items for Guinness …   Wikipedia

  • Wedgwood ware — English stoneware made by Staffordshire factories originally established by Josiah Wedgwood. Creamware appealed to the middle class because of its high quality, durability, and affordability. Black basaltes (from 1768), unglazed stoneware of fine …   Universalium

  • e|nam|el|ware — «ih NAM uhl WAIR», noun. 1. pots, pans, serving dishes, and the like, that are made of metal coated with enamel: »Baked enamelware in gay colors and designs were ordered by nearly every visitor at his show booth (Wall Street Journal). 2. bathroom …   Useful english dictionary

  • Dutch ware — ▪ pottery       principally tin enameled earthenware, with some porcelain, manufactured in the Netherlands since the end of the 16th century. The earliest pottery wares were painted in the style of Italian majolica with high temperature colours… …   Universalium

  • Berlin ware — ▪ pottery  faience and porcelain pottery made in Berlin after 1678, when the first faience manufactory there was founded by Pieter van der Lee. Others were opened in 1699 by Cornelius Funcke and in 1756 by Karl Friedrich Lüdicke. All closed,… …   Universalium

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