noun Date: 1903 metalware (as kitchen utensils) coated with enamel

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  • enamelware — [e nam′əlwer΄, i nam′əlwer΄] n. kitchen utensils, etc. made of enameled metal …   English World dictionary

  • enamelware — /i nam euhl wair /, n. metalware, as cooking utensils, covered with an enamel surface. [1900 05; ENAMEL + WARE1] * * * …   Universalium

  • enamelware — noun a) Articles coated with decorative enamel b) Cooking utensils that have a corrosion resistant layer of enamel fused to the surface …   Wiktionary

  • enamelware — n. utensils coated with enamel (smooth and glossy coating) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • enamelware — e•nam•el•ware [[t]ɪˈnæm əlˌwɛər[/t]] n. metalware, as cooking utensils, covered with an enamel surface • Etymology: 1900–05 …   From formal English to slang

  • enamelware — /əˈnæməlwɛə/ (say uh namuhlwair) noun equipment or utensils, usually for kitchen use, which are enamelled …   Australian English dictionary

  • enamelware — n. enamelled kitchenware …   Useful english dictionary

  • Battersea enamelware — Painted enamelware made by Stephen Theodore Janssen at York House in London s Battersea district from 1753 to 1756. The ware is composed of soft white enamel over a copper ground. The designs were applied by hand painting or by transfer printing …   Universalium

  • Bilston enamelware — ▪ art       enameled products made in Bilston, Eng., which was one of the most prolific centres of enameling in the 18th century. A large number of enamelers worked in Bilston decorating small objects primarily by the transfer printing process.… …   Universalium

  • Birmingham enamelware — ▪ art       enameled objects made in Birmingham, Eng., an important centre for the production of 18th century European enamelware. The most prominent Birmingham enameler was Matthew Boulton (Boulton, Matthew) (1728–1809), a leading English… …   Universalium

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