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por·ce·lain

(pōr'sĕ-lin),
A powder composed of a clay, silica, and a flux that, when mixed with water, forms a paste that is molded to form artificial teeth, inlays, jacket crowns, and dentures. When heated, the materials fuse to form a ceramic.

por·ce·lain

(pōr'sĕ-lin)
A powder composed of clay, silica, and a flux that, when mixed with water, forms a paste that is molded to form artificial teeth, inlays, jacket crowns, and dentures. When heated, the materials fuse to form a ceramic.

por·ce·lain

(pōr'sĕ-lin)
Powder composed of clay, silica, and a flux that, when mixed with water, forms a paste that is molded to form artificial teeth, inlays, jacket crowns, and dentures. When heated, materials fuse to form a ceramic.
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From the manufacturer's point of view, there is no difference between shipping a set of fine china to an online retailer than to a brick-and-mortar store.
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The seven-employee enterprise brings affordable, quality, limited edition, framed giclees and fine china collectibles into your home.
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The New Cottage range of products includes fine china tableware in a pure white finish or decorated using the lithographic printing technique.
Announcing upbeat half-year results, the Stoke-based firm said the addition of the historic fine china names, after a pounds 3.2m deal with administrators in April, had provided it with a "great opportunity" for g rowth.
The retailer is specifically keying in on reducing its fine China offering, a category Montagna said is losing relevance among today's consumers.
There will also be a wide selection of furniture and lamps as well as fine china, jewellery and reference books.
For example, you could create a site for fixed merchandise like clothing, prepackaged greeting cards and fine china with no problem.
The renowned fine china and gift store, Scully & Scully Inc., is expanding its original location at 506 Park Avenue.
NEW YORK-Wealthy consumers have spoken, and they have rated Herend as the top fine china brand in 2006, according to Luxury Institute's annual Luxury Brand Status Index survey.
The former offered a clean-lined, streamlined fine china assortment and stated its commitment to the formal segment.