Bristol porcelain

['brɪstl,pɔːsəlɪn]
1) бристо́льский фарфо́р (ценный фарфор из мягкой глины. Производился в 1748-52)
2) бристо́льский фарфо́р (типа севрского, из твёрдой глины. Производился в 1773-81)

English-Russian Great Britain dictionary (Великобритания. Лингвострановедческий словарь). 2014.

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  • bristol porcelain — I. noun see bristol II, 1b II. noun see bristol II, 1c …   Useful english dictionary

  • Porcelain — Fine China redirects here. For the band, see Fine China (band). This article is about the ceramic material. For other uses, see Porcelain (disambiguation). Chinese moon flask, 1723 35, Qing Dynasty …   Wikipedia

  • Bristol blue glass — has been made in Bristol, England since the 17th century. History During the late 1700s Richard Champion, a Bristol merchant and potter, making porcelain, was working with a chemist, William Cookworthy. [cite web… …   Wikipedia

  • Bristol ware — ▪ porcelain  hard paste porcelain products of the Coxside porcelain manufactory that were produced between 1768 and 1781.       The Coxside porcelain concern, the first factory to manufacture hard paste porcelain in England, was started in… …   Universalium

  • Bristol — /bris tl/, n. 1. a seaport in Avon, in SW England, on the Avon River near its confluence with the Severn estuary. 420,100. 2. a city in central Connecticut. 57,370. 3. a city in NE Tennessee, contiguous with but politically independent of Bristol …   Universalium

  • porcelain — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. china, ceramic. See materials. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. earthenware, ceramic(s), enamel, enamelware; see china . Varieties and makers of porcelain include: Alcora, Amstel, Arita, Berlin, Brandenburg,… …   English dictionary for students

  • Plymouth porcelain — was a hard paste porcelain made in the English county of Devon in the 18th century [See Cookworthy s Plymouth and Bristol Porcelain by F.Severne Mackenna(1947) published by F.Lewis and William Cookworthy 1705 1780: a study of the pioneer of true… …   Wikipedia

  • Plymouth porcelain — ▪ pottery       first hard paste, or true, porcelain made in England, produced at a factory in Plymouth, Devon, from 1768 to 1770. Formulated by a chemist, William Cookworthy (Cookworthy, William), it is distinguishable from the Bristol porcelain …   Universalium

  • Soft-paste porcelain — url= http://www.vam.ac.uk/images/image/38638 popup.html title= Porcelain plate work=Ceramics accessdate= 2007 12 06] Victoria and Albert Museum, London] Soft paste porcelain is a type of a ceramic material, but it lacks a more specific,… …   Wikipedia

  • Worcester Porcelain Museum — Das Worcester Porcelain Museum an der Severn Street (2006) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Bow porcelain factory — The Bow porcelain factory (active ca 1747 1764, closed 1776) was an emulative rival of the Chelsea porcelain factory in the manufacture of early soft paste porcelain in Great Britain. The factory was located near Bow, London. Designs imitated… …   Wikipedia

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