Noun(1) glazed earthenware decorated with opaque colors
(1) faience figurines(2) Now she finds her eye drawn to French faience , a type of glazed earthenware.(3) Tin-glazed earthenware, or faience , was introduced in the early sixteenth century in imitation of Chinese porcelain to France, Germany and the Netherlands, and by mid-century it had arrived in England.(4) Given the scarcity of examples of bird painting on Niderviller faience or porcelain, it is impossible to say what Gerverot's birds may have looked like.(5) An assortment of vases and faience was displayed on a built-in shelf that circled the rotunda.(6) The turquoise colour of British faience results from using a copper-based colourant for the glaze.
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