Besides the common grades of earthen-ware, stone china and semi-porcelain are made and decorated.
In early nineteenth-century days a class of ware, such as that of Mason, is stamped "ironstone china" or "stone china."
The Baldwin apples were all eaten now, and the stone china was disappearing from the long table in detachments.
His stone china is well potted and carefully painted, and in design he was not loth to follow Mason of whom we shall speak later.
The staple product of the factory is stone china, which is largely sought in biscuit by decorators.
His eye wandered up the cold length of the long table decorated with stone china.