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Origin of petuntse
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It is not, therefore, composed simply of kaolin and petuntse.A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines|Andrew Ure
The manufacture of hard porcelain was begun at Svres in 1769, the quarries of St. Yrieix supplying both the kaolin and petuntse.
Chemically, petuntse resembles the pegmatite of Limoges; mineralogically, it is to be classed with petrosilicious felspar.
The kaolin and petuntse used in making paste for Chinese porcelain are chemically identical with the materials used in Europe.
The Chinese glaze is also the more fusible, on account of the addition of lime to the petuntse, which the French use pure.