a stoneware jar
Well Maria was saying to Juanita just this morning that her favorite stoneware crock had fallen and spilled flour all over the floor.
This was a school that looked to the ceramics of Picasso rather than the functional stoneware pottery of Bernard Leach.
According to material, methods of production, and finish, pottery can be classified in three categories - earthenware, stoneware , and porcelain.
Flanking the hearth is an assortment of nineteenth-century salt-glazed stoneware from New Jersey and New York.
She said the secret to their success was using loose-leaf tea brewed in brown Chatsford stoneware pots and served in bone china cups and saucers.
He expresses his creativity in porcelain and stoneware and also uses the ancient Japanese art of Raku.
The company has been buying much of its stoneware in China, but its fine china is still manufactured at its own plants in Britain.
Even Chinese porcelain and German stoneware , both present in the earliest settlements, arrived aboard British ships.
While ceramics, stoneware and porcelain are the most frequently used materials, artists have also crafted vessels from wood, metal, glass, plastic, crystal, fiber, beading and recycled materials.