from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Fine pottery, especially such as is made wholly or in part of pipe-clay.


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  • The chief characteristics of the Nans ware, or _cailloutage_, is its creamy, highly-glazed surface, on which are painted, by hand, flowers, birds, and arabesques in brilliant colours, and in more or less elaborate styles.

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