Meissen ware
noun see Meissen I

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  • meissen ware — noun see meissen …   Useful english dictionary

  • Meissen — I. noun Etymology: Meissen, Saxony, Germany Date: 1863 a ceramic ware made at Meissen near Dresden; especially a European porcelain developed under the patronage of the king of Saxony about 1715 and used for both ornamental and table wares called …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Porzellanmanufaktur Meissen — Markenzeichen seit 2009 Teegeschirr, dekoriert mit der Meißener Rose; ausgeformt um 1900 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Ding ware — Song Dynasty ding ware porcelain bottle with iron pigment under a transparent colorless glaze, 11th century. Ding ware (Chinese character: 定瓷; Wade Giles: Ting; Pinyin: Dìngcí) was produced in the prefecture of Dingzhou, starting from the end of… …   Wikipedia

  • 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

  • cauliflower ware — ▪ pottery  in pottery, creamware modelled and glazed in green and yellow to simulate a cauliflower, the term also applying to other fruit or vegetable forms. About 1760, William Greatbach undertook the potting and modelling, jobbed out to him by… …   Universalium

  • Affenkapelle ware — ▪ porcelain  (German: “Monkey Orchestra”), a series of figures created by the Meissen porcelain factory in Saxony (now in Germany) about 1747 and imitated later. Believed to be a parody of the Dresden Court Orchestra, the set was modeled by the… …   Universalium

  • 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

  • Meis|sen ware — or Meis|sen china «MY suhn», = Dresden china. (Cf. ↑Dresden china) ╂[< Meissen, Saxony, where it was first made] …   Useful english dictionary

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