Earthenware

Earthenware is a common ceramic material, which is used extensively for pottery tableware and decorative objects.

Read more about Earthenware:  Types of Earthenware, Firing

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Earthenware - Firing
... Earthenware is commonly biscuit (or "bisque") fired to temperatures between 1000 and 1150 °C (1800 and 2100 °F), and glost-fired (or "glaze-fired") from 950 to 1,050 °C ... Higher firing temperatures are likely to cause earthenware to bloat ...
Onggi
... Onggi are Korean ethnic earthenware, which were extensively used as tableware as well as storage containers in Korea ... It includes both unglazed earthenware fired near 600~700°C and pottery with a dark brown glaze that burnt over 1100°C ... There were two types of earthenware a patternless earthenware which is called Mumun pottery and a black and red earthenware ...
French Tian
... A tian is an earthenware vessel of Provence used both for cooking and serving ... It is shallower than the cassole, the earthenware vessel characteristic of the Camargue and Languedoc ... The shape has become less definitive, though the earthenware material remains key ...
Rockingham Pottery - Identifying Original Rockingham - Earthenware
... Rockingham-produced earthenware is often transfer printed, but occasionally enamelled pieces may be found ... Brown-glazed earthenware marked with an embossed "Rockingham" mark is often not genuine Rockingham but the output of other contemporary factories seeking to impersonate popular Rockingham wares ...
Tiler - Ceramics For Tiles
... Ceramics for tiles include earthenware, stoneware, or porcelain stoneware ... Stoneware is harder and more durable than earthenware, and so more suitable for floors ... Earthenware is often used for roof tiles ...