Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Coated with tin-glaze or enamel. See stanniferous enamel.

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Examples

  • Named for the city in the Netherlands where some of it was made, Delft pottery is hand-painted, tin-glazed earthenware that first emerged in Europe in the 15th and 16th centuries, intended to imitate Chinese porcelain.

    Going Dutch: Why American Buyers Love Delft

  • In one of the two newly reinstalled ceramics galleries is an opulent array of 15th-century tin-glazed earthenware with luster decoration from Valencia.

    Upper Broadway's Buried Treasures

  • The Spaniards used a potter's wheel and were knowledgeable in the production of tin-glazed earthenware.

    Talavera - Mexico's earthly legacy from the City Of Angels

  • There is a wide variety of ceramic ware types including Chinese import porcelain, tin-glazed wares, creamware, Staffordshire-style slipware and locally made stonewares and redwares.

    The City Hall Park Project - Artifact Summary

  • A seventeenth-century English tin-glazed earthenware flower vase, recovered from the Port Royal site (Courtesy of Donny L. Hamilton and the Port Royal Project)

    Loaded Guns, Barrels of Rum, and a Silk Ribbon

  • A tin-glazed earthenware similar to faience, characteristically decorated with bright colors on the glaze before firing.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • A tin-glazed earthenware with an opaque colored glaze, originating in Faenza in 1714.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • In fact, Talavera is the oldest tin-glazed ceramic in America and it is still being manufactured with the same techniques as in the 16th Century.

    Talavera

  • : In fact, Talavera is the oldest tin-glazed ceramic in America and it is still being manufactured with the same techniques as in the 16th Century. jennifer rose

    Talavera

  • -- This maiolica is a tin-glazed earthenware with a soft body usually buff in color and porous in texture.

    New Discoveries at Jamestown Site of the First Successful English Settlement in America

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