Mysterious Viking Sword Made With Technology From The Future?
The Viking sword Ulfberht was made of metal so pure it baffled archaeologists. It was thought the technology to forge such metal was not invented for another 800 or more years, during the Industrial R...
Porcelain
Compare Chinese Antique Porcelains with Japanese ones.
Porcelain
Porcelain is a ceramic material made by heating materials, generally including clay in the form of kaolin, in a kiln to temperatures between 1,200 and 1,400 °C (2,200 and 2,600 °F). The toug...
Haviland & Co.
Haviland can refer to:
Mysterious Viking Sword Made With Technology From The Future?
The Viking sword Ulfberht was made of metal so pure it baffled archaeologists. It was thought the technology to forge such metal was not invented for another 800 or more years, during the Industrial R...
Bioactive glass
Bioactive glasses are a group of surface reactive glass-ceramic biomaterials and include the original bioactive glass, Bioglass. The biocompatibility of these glasses has led them to be investigated e...
Glass-ceramic
Glass-ceramics are polycrystalline materials produced through controlled crystallization of base glass. Glass-ceramic materials share many properties with both glasses and ceramics. Glass-ceramics hav...
Petuntse
Petuntse (from 白墩子 in pinyin: bai2 dun1 zi0), also spelled petunse, is a historic term for a wide range of micaceous or feldspathic rocks. However, all will have been subject to geological decompositi...
Lithophane
A lithophane (French: lithophanie) is an etched or molded artwork in thin very translucent porcelain that can only be seen clearly when back lit with a light source. It is a design or scene in intagli...
Sitall
Sitall aka Sitall CO-115M or Astrositall, is a crystalline glass-ceramic with ultra low coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE). It was originally manufactured in the former Soviet Union and was used ...
Cer-Vit
Cer-Vit aka CerVit or Cervit or Cer-Vit C-101 (from 'ceramic-vitreous'), is a glass-ceramic material made up of oxides of silicon, aluminium and lithium, with ultra low coefficient of thermal expansio...
Pyroceram
Pyroceram is a material developed and trademarked by Corning Glass during the 1950s.
Its development has been traced to Corning's work in developing photosensitive glass. Corning credits S. Donald...
Etruria Works
The Etruria Works was a ceramics factory opened by Josiah Wedgwood in 1769 in a district of Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England, which he named Etruria. The factory ran for 180 years.Wedgwood had ...
Morganville Pottery Factory Site
Morganville Pottery Factory Site is an archeological site located at Morganville in Genesee County, New York. It was the location of a factory that produced ceramics and tile from 1829 until the end o...
Goldscheider ceramics
Goldscheider Manufactory and Majolica Factory (German: Goldscheider'sche Porzellan-Manufactur und Majolica-Fabrik, (now) Goldscheider Keramik) is an Austrian ceramic manufactory.In 1885, Friedrich...
Abrasive
An abrasive is a material, often a mineral, that is used to shape or finish a workpiece through rubbing which leads to part of the workpiece being worn away. While finishing a material often means pol...
S. Donald Stookey
Stanley Donald Stookey (May 23, 1915 – November 4, 2014) was an American inventor. He had 60 patents in his name related to glass and ceramics, some solely his while others are jointly with others. ...
Slag
Slag is the glass-like by-product left over after a desired metal has been separated (i.e., smelted) from its raw ore. Slag is usually a mixture of metal oxides and silicon dioxide. However, slags ca...
Abrasive jet machining
Abrasive jet machining (AJM), also known as abrasive micro-blasting, pencil blasting and micro-abrasive blasting, is an abrasive blasting machining process that uses abrasives propelled by a high velo...
Edmé Samson
Edmé Samson (b Paris, 1810; d Paris, 1891), founder of the ceramics firm Samson, Edmé et Cie (commonly known as Samson Ceramics), was a famous copyist (and perhaps forger) of porcelain and pottery.
Le Tallec's patterns
Camille Le Tallec has preserved and created in its studio more than 375 Limoges porcelain decorative patterns signed by the Le Tallec's marks. There were realized in the French technical tradition of ...
Della Robbia Pottery
The Della Robbia Pottery was a ceramic factory founded in 1894 in Birkenhead, England.
The business was started by Harold Steward Rathbone and Conrad Gustave d'Huc Dressler (1856-1940). Rathbone,...
Ephraim Faience Pottery
Ephraim Faience Pottery is an art pottery company founded in 1996 in Deerfield, Wisconsin, United States by Kevin Hicks and two partners who have since left the company. It is now located in Lake Mill...
Goss crested china
Goss crested china is typically in the form of small white glazed porcelain models, made from 1858 to 1939, carrying the coat of arms of the place where they were sold as a souvenir, thus being a form...
George Haynes
George Haynes may refer to:
Hull pottery
Hull pottery began production in 1905 in Crooksville, Ohio, under the leadership of Addis Emmet (A.E.) Hull (later succeeded by Ralph W. Hull). The Hull Pottery Company's early lines consisted of comm...
Heath Ceramics
Heath Ceramics is a manufacturer of artisan pottery including tableware, bowls, tile, mugs and vases in California. Heath Ceramics was founded in 1948 in Sausalito, California by Edith Heath (1911–200...