Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A variety of ceramic ware in which the enamel is covered with fine cracks; crackled ware. See crackle, n., 2. In Chinese ware the crackled effect is restricted to certain portions of the glaze, leaving the remaining portions plain, thus producing ornamental effects. Also called crackle-china, crackle-ware, and cracklin.
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