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Stone

A unit of weight equivalent to 14 pounds.
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He began making stoneware in an oil-fired hightemperature kiln, which was well received and his reputation grew.
A rare stoneware Vorticist vase by William Staite Murray dated 1924, covered in an iron rich glaze over celadon with cut Vorticist decoration to the body.
An avid coin collector, Pfeiffer recognized both the need for notgeld and the ease with which Meissen could begin creating porcelain and stoneware coins to serve in that capacity.
The networking of Southeast Asian stoneware potters has it has inspired my personal exhibit of faces and interaction at ArtSpace,' said Mendoza.
German stoneware was exported to many countries and is found in archeological digs throughout the British Isles.
Yet the porcelain and stoneware pieces tend to provoke somewhat different readings.
Creameries routinely used stoneware pottery marked with their name as promotional items.
David Grant with the Princess Royal when she visited Highland Stoneware
Mendoza's Bulols at Bencab are big and round faces with minimalist lines, like modern sculpture in stoneware.
in 2011, Stoneware provides award-winning classroom management and monitoring software known for being reliable, simple, and easy-to-use.
While Lenovo did not disclose financial terms of the deal, it said it expects to complete the acquisition of the Indianapolis-based Stoneware by year's end.
Having founded a large, socially progressive ceramics factory in 1854, the Alsatian philanthropic engineer Emile Muller (1823-89), made the use of stoneware in architectural decoration far more widespread from the 1880s onwards.