flintware definition

  • noun:
    • an excellent types of earthenware made out of flint.
    • an exceptional types of earthenware fashioned with flint.
    • an exceptional sort of earthenware into whoever composition flint goes into mainly.
    • an exceptional kind of earthenware into whose structure flint goes into largely.
    • In ceramics: ceramic distinguished by the use of ground flints combined with the clay.
    • A superior style of earthenware made with flint.
    • an exceptional variety of earthenware fashioned with flint.
    • ceramic having a slip into which floor flints enter for a large part of its amount.
    • In ceramics: ceramic distinguished by the use of floor flints mixed with the clay.
    • an exceptional sort of earthenware into whoever structure flint goes into mostly.
    • A superior sort of earthenware made with flint.
    • A superior type of earthenware into whose structure flint gets in mostly.
    • Pottery having a slip into which ground flints enter for a considerable element of its amount.
    • In ceramics: Pottery distinguished through ground flints combined with the clay.
    • In ceramics: Pottery distinguished by way of floor flints combined with the clay.
    • an exceptional variety of earthenware into whose composition flint gets in largely.
    • ceramic having a slip into which surface flints enter for a large section of its amount.
    • Pottery having a slip into which ground flints enter for a considerable part of its volume.
    • In ceramics: Pottery distinguished through ground flints combined with the clay.
    • ceramic having a slip into which ground flints enter for a substantial element of its volume.
    • A superior variety of earthenware fashioned with flint.
    • an excellent sorts of earthenware into whoever structure flint gets in mostly.
    • In ceramics: Pottery distinguished by the use of floor flints blended with the clay.
    • Pottery having a slip into which floor flints enter for a considerable part of its amount.
    • A superior kind of earthenware made with flint.
    • an excellent variety of earthenware into whose composition flint gets in mainly.
    • In ceramics: ceramic distinguished by way of floor flints mixed with the clay.
    • Pottery having a slip into which floor flints enter for a substantial part of its amount.
    • an excellent types of earthenware fashioned with flint.
    • an exceptional kind of earthenware made with flint.
    • an excellent particular earthenware fashioned with flint.
    • an excellent variety of earthenware fashioned with flint.
    • A superior particular earthenware into whose structure flint comes into mainly.
    • an exceptional form of earthenware into whoever structure flint gets in mainly.
    • In ceramics: ceramic distinguished by way of surface flints blended with the clay.
    • an exceptional style of earthenware into whoever structure flint comes into mostly.
    • an excellent particular earthenware into whose composition flint enters mostly.
    • In ceramics: Pottery distinguished by the use of ground flints blended with the clay.
    • In ceramics: ceramic distinguished by the use of floor flints combined with the clay.
    • In ceramics: Pottery distinguished by way of surface flints mixed with the clay.
    • Pottery having a slip into which surface flints enter for a large part of its volume.
    • ceramic having a slip into which ground flints enter for a considerable section of its volume.
    • Pottery having a slip into which floor flints enter for a large section of its amount.
    • ceramic having a slip into which floor flints enter for a considerable part of its volume.
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