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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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His Orbit porcelain china collection, at Debenhams, is in white with an embossed rim or white with a pistachio green border from pounds 2.50 to pounds 27.50.
The line is made of alumina-reinforced porcelain china and includes such pieces as a soup tureen, oversized serving platters, a large salad bowl and espresso cups with scalloped edges, sculptured shapes and embossing on a white body.
This expert should be a woman and her title should be 'voyage therapist'; Over a cup of freshly-brewed coffee in porcelain china discuss her motoring needs and expectations.
His Orbit porcelain china collection, sold at Debenhams,is ideal for everyday dining and is available in two finishes, white with an embossed rim and white with a pistachio green border design.