from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In ceramics, a fine ware with an ivory-white glaze, manufactured at the Royal Worcester factory, and first shown at the London exhibition of 1862. It is a modification of Parian ware, and is used for similar purposes, but is more decorative because of the glaze.
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In the liquid amber within the ivory-porcelain, the initiated may touch the sweet reticence of Confucius, the piquancy of Laotse, and the ethereal aroma of Sakyamuni himself.
In the liquid amber within the ivory-porcelain, the initiated may touch the sweet reticence of
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