Worcester porcelain
noun see Worcester I

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Worcester porcelain —       pottery ware made, under various managements, at a factory in Worcester, Eng., from 1751 until the present; the factory became the Worcester Royal Porcelain Company in 1862. Although the technical level of Worcester has been high at all… …   Universalium

  • worcester porcelain — noun see worcester china …   Useful english dictionary

  • Worcester Porcelain Museum — Das Worcester Porcelain Museum an der Severn Street (2006) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Worcester china — or Worcester porcelain n. a fine china (or porcelain) made at Worcester, England, from 1751 …   English World dictionary

  • Worcester — This article is about the city in England. For the city in Massachusetts, see Worcester, Massachusetts. For other uses, see Worcester (disambiguation). City of Worcester   City Non metropolitan district   …   Wikipedia

  • Porcelain — Fine China redirects here. For the band, see Fine China (band). This article is about the ceramic material. For other uses, see Porcelain (disambiguation). Chinese moon flask, 1723 35, Qing Dynasty …   Wikipedia

  • worcester china — noun or worcester porcelain Usage: usually capitalized W : a soft paste porcelain made at Worcester, England, since 1751 * * * Trademark. a soft paste porcelain containing very little clay or none at all, made at Worcester, England, since 1751.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Worcester — I. noun Date: 1783 low fired porcelain containing a frit and steatite produced at Worcester, England, from about 1751 called also Worcester china, Worcester porcelain II. biographical name Joseph Emerson 1784 1865 American lexicographer III.… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Worcester — City of Worcester Kathedrale jenseits des Severn …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Worcester china — Trademark. a soft paste porcelain containing very little clay or none at all, made at Worcester, England, since 1751. Also called Royal Worcester, Worcester porcelain. [1795 1805] * * * …   Universalium

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