a soft-paste porcelain containing very little clay or none at all, made at Worcester, England, since 1751.
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Also called Royal Worcester, Worcester porcelain.
Origin of Worcester china
First recorded in 1795–1805
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British Dictionary definitions for royal worcester (1 of 2)
Worcester china made after 1862
British Dictionary definitions for royal worcester (2 of 2)
porcelain articles made in Worcester (England) from 1751 in a factory that became, in 1862, the Royal Worcester Porcelain CompanySometimes shortened to: Worcester
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