fendillé definition

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    • In ceramics, cracked in glaze or enamel: noting a surface covered with min cracks through use and repeated heatings, as distinguished from crackled, which can be placed on a surface abounding in splits formed deliberately.
    • In ceramics, cracked into the glaze or enamel: noting a surface covered with min splits through wear and repeated heatings, as distinguished from crackled, which is applied to a surface abounding in cracks created deliberately.
    • In ceramics, cracked into the glaze or enamel: noting a surface covered with min splits through use and repeated heatings, as distinguished from crackled, that is applied to a surface abounding in splits created deliberately.
    • In ceramics, cracked in the glaze or enamel: noting a surface covered with minute cracks through use and continued heatings, as distinguished from crackled, that will be placed on a surface abounding in splits created intentionally.
    • In ceramics, cracked when you look at the glaze or enamel: noting a surface covered with moment cracks through use and continued heatings, as distinguished from crackled, which will be applied to a surface abounding in cracks created deliberately.
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