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china

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ceramic ware made of a more or less translucent ceramic

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Ms Beacham said: "I have been passionate about collecting unique pieces of fine china since I was a little girl and some of my fondest memories are of my grandmother's cherished tea sets.
This was designed specifically to avoid reflections and to show the fine china pieces to their best advantage.
Today the allure of fine china has dropped off considerably.
Flower Dream" is rendered on high-quality fine china on the successful Louis XIV form.
An exceptional innovator and businessman in the fine china industry, Josiah Wedgwood I found success in the pursuit of excellence during the 1700s.
It's also a bid to demystify--and de-formalize--the often-daunting process of picking everything from fine china to silverware.
The child of working-class parents, Renoir was born in Limoges, the city in France known for its porcelain and fine china.
THIEVES have stolen a valuable fine china dinner service from an elderly couple.
iSold It stores are virtual consignment shops where bidders from around the world compete to buy specific items, be it Hummel or Lladro figurines, David Winter Cottages, designer clothes, old television and radio tubes, fine china, etc.
A spin of the new record and old fans will feel like it's 1990 again and they've just blown a speaker listening to Strap It On and their morn is pissed because that rhythmic thrashing is shaking the fine china.
She was an avid collector of fine china, loved quilting, gardening, sewing, crafts, scrapbooking and genealogy.
provides the raw material for everything from fine china to the glossy pages of magazines.
This product is made up of multiple boards of various thicknesses coated with a white fine china clay.
Now Acela is re-introducing the traveling public to fine china, at least in first class, in an age when time is the most desperately sought luxury of all.
The seven-employee enterprise brings affordable, quality, limited edition, framed giclees and fine china collectibles into your home.