The fused or partly fused products found in making cup.
A vitreous material used in making porcelain, glazes, or enamels.
A fused combination of products regularly make cup
the materials of which glass is created, after having already been calcined or partly fused in a furnace, but before vitrification. It is a composition of silex and alkali, sporadically along with other ingredients.
the materials for glaze of pottery.
The material which glass is manufactured as prepared for full fusion by a previous calcination transported to a point where in actuality the silica begins to act in the basics, forming an imperfectly melted or fritted size.
The structure from which artificial smooth or tender porcelain along with other partly vitrifiable mixtures were created. See smooth porcelain, under porcelain.