The photo's blues and oranges seem to echo some of the greatest Islamic ceramics.
I also love strolling around Chinatown to shop for things like ceramics.
The Daily Pic: James Hyde combines painting, ceramics and photography.
How this lady came to acquire a taste for ceramics, it is not, in view of what heretics call China-mania, hard to imagine.
ceramics engineering: general ceramics and ceramics engineering; ceramics; ceramics engineering.
In addition, the evidence seems to indicate that Mohave ceramics were undergoing changes in the late historic period.
The making of ceramics was developed to an art, as was the making of different types of glass.
Yet not a little progress was made in ceramics, lacquer, and the carving of Buddhist images and other temple furniture.
The ceramics of England are of special interest to the American reader.
To conclude as to Peru, its ceramics may yet be more fully and systematically studied.
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.