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amphora a tall oval ceramic vessel with a narrow neck and two handles, used in ancient Greece and Rome for storage or decoration.
ceramic (pl.) the art or method of making ceramic objects or materials using a high-temperature kiln. [2/3 definitions]
china delicate, high-quality ceramic material or ware; porcelain. [1/2 definitions]
crackle to produce a pattern of thin cracks on a surface, as thin ice or glass, or esp. as a ceramic glaze. [3/9 definitions]
crackleware ceramic, porcelain, or the like, with a finely cracked glaze or surface.
marmite a large ceramic or metal pot, often with legs, and used for making soup.
porcelain a white, glassy ceramic; china. [1/3 definitions]
pottery ceramic ware such as mugs, plates, bowls, and vases. [1/2 definitions]
salt cake impure sodium sulfate, used in the manufacture of paper pulps, soaps, detergents, dyes, and ceramic glazes.
sgraffito an object, esp. ceramic ware, decorated in this way. [1/3 definitions]
stein a large, usu. ceramic mug, sometimes having a hinged lid, used esp. for beer. [1/2 definitions]
terra cotta a hard brownish red ceramic clay, used in the making of sculpture, pottery, architectural ornaments, and building components. [1/2 definitions]
titanium dioxide a powder used as a white pigment in paint and ceramic glaze and in white rubber, plastic, and the like.
trivet a short-legged metal or ceramic stand or plate used to hold a hot dish above a table top. [1/2 definitions]
Wedgwood trademark for a ceramic ware first produced in eighteenth-century England.