Examples from the Web for pte
Historical Examples of pte
It is commonly sold under the name of honey paste, pte royale, &c.
The last two are commonly sold for marshmallow paste (pte de guimauve).
It became slate-coloured or bluish-brown faience, with pte as fine as pipe-clay, but very hard.
The pte of this faience was of the finest description, and the technique in every respect faultless.
They are the soft paste of the same nature as the pte tendre of contemporary Svres.Chats on Royal Copenhagen Porcelain