ceramic

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  • His father was a ceramics artist who painted his pieces following an ancient tradition.
  • The two individuals had each been placed between two rocks and buried on top of broken ceramics.
  • Clay can also be added to the main ceramic structure to build up designs.
  • Afterwards, he also worked as a teacher at a school for ceramics.
  • The Lake is home a ceramic production industry that is very extensive.
  • Most ceramics are made up of two or more elements.
  • The town was an agricultural and trade center, famous for its ceramics.
  • During the 19th century more industries were built using clay for making ceramic products.
  • The evidence of coca in society can be seen through remains but also through ceramics.
  • Stronger materials such as metal and ceramics became popular over time.
  • Old shichirin are mainly ceramic and many can be found in old houses.
  • There is also some industrial production, mainly of ceramics, furniture and construction materials.
  • A collection of historical ceramics has been installed at the entrance to the chapel itself.
  • Ceramics during this time were thinner and better quality than earlier times.
  • The content of the waste shows that ceramics were produced early in the settlement's history.
  • Ceramics were also found at the site and gradually adopted new styles.
  • The region is known for its famous ceramics industry.
  • Another area noted for its work is Tarandacuaro, which makes high-fire ceramics.
  • Since the second half of the 20th century ceramics has become more highly valued in the art world.
  • They can be made from wood, ceramics, silver, or gold.
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Synonyms of ceramic

Meaning of ceramic

  • noun An artifact made of hard brittle material produced from nonmetallic minerals by firing at high temperatures
  • adjective Of or relating to or made from a ceramic
    a ceramic dish