A ceramic wall decoration split in half while I caught the television before it could vibrate all the way off of its stand.
Plaster and ceramic replicas of organs and appendages rest on the shelves alongside sets of false teeth.
These are small, plastic-bodied slicers with a ceramic blade set into a short platform at the end of a handle.
In 1953, he was commissioned by a family in Los Angeles to make a ceramic work for their home.
ceramic pieces, metal fragments, seeds and human remains have been uncovered by archeologists at the site.
The colours of the ceramic artist have limitations peculiarly their own.
Still, on the whole, the Cyprian ceramic art is somewhat disappointing.
It is the perennial herbaceous border in ceramic art, and not the hot-house or the conservatory.
During the year work was begun upon a review of the ceramic art of Mexico.
These two palaces are entirely of iron, terra-cotta and ceramic work.
1850, keramic, from Greek keramikos, from keramos "potter's clay, pottery, tiles," perhaps from a pre-Hellenic word. Watkins suggests possible connection with Latin cremare "to burn," but Klein's sources are firmly against this. Spelling influenced by French céramique (1806). Related: ceramist (1855). Ceramics is attested from 1857.
Any of various hard, brittle, heat- and corrosion-resistant materials made typically of metallic elements combined with oxygen or with carbon, nitrogen, or sulfur. Most ceramics are crystalline and are poor conductors of electricity, though some recently discovered copper-oxide ceramics are superconductors at low temperatures.