Bone China

Bone China
Bone Chi|na
['boun 'tʃainə] das; - -
<aus engl. bone china »Knochenporzellan«>
Porzellan, das Knochenasche enthält

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  • Bone china — url= popup.html title= Bone china work=Ceramics accessdate= 2007 12 06] Victoria and Albert Museum, London] Bone china is a type of porcelain body first developed in Britain in which calcined cattle bone… …   Wikipedia

  • bone china — noun fine porcelain that contains bone ash • Hypernyms: ↑china * * * noun [noncount] : thin white plates, bowls, cups, etc., made from clay and crushed bones * * * ˌbone ˈchina [bone china] …   Useful english dictionary

  • bone china — N UNCOUNT Bone china is a kind of thin china that contains powdered bone …   English dictionary

  • Bone China — Knochenporzellan (engl. Bone China) ist ein Weichporzellan, besitzt aber dennoch eine sehr hohe Kantenschlagfestigkeit. Zusätzlich zu Kaolin, Feldspat und Quarzsand enthält es einen 52 prozentigen Anteil verglühter Knochenasche, woraus der Name… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • bone china — bone′ chi′na n. cer a fine, naturally white china made with bone ash …   From formal English to slang

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