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noun as in containers made from clay; clay art

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It is like a reminder of home to have that pottery inside that cell where no one resides.

Potsherds are ubiquitous at archaeological sites, and that's true for pretty much every culture since people invented pottery.

A deep well of discovery — and mysteryPlaced inside the coffins were miniature wooden boats, games, pottery and tiny gold pieces to carry and use in the afterlife.

Mohamed Mahmoud reassembles pieces of pottery to make them whole.

Don’t forget to stop by Fox Hollow, the magical village where potteries are gifted by the Earth itself.

Stairways painted blue connect covered walkways stuffed with small stores selling jewelry, scarves, and ornate pottery.

This tea caddy is rather splendid Much of the pottery is gilded in 22 carat gold leaf.

The fork end was used to lift sticky sweetmeats out of pottery jars; the spoon end was used to scoop up the luscious syrup.

As it has come down to us “on the borders of pottery and textiles, the meander resembles a maze or labyrinth.”

FEED Projects has partnered with companies including Whole Foods Market, Barnes Noble, HSN, Disney, and Pottery Barn.

Clay (excluding that type used in the manufacture of pottery) ranks fifth in financial value.

No remains of the camp now exist, but Roman urns, pottery, and coins have been found in and near the village.

By the association in the same hole of datable with undatable pottery, light has been thrown upon many types of the latter.

It has been realised that the city was a centre of iron-work and pottery-making to supply the needs of the troops.

They make wooden vessels, and can produce pottery which stands the fire and in which they cook most of their food.


On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pottery, such as: ceramics, crockery, earthenware, firing, porcelain, and stoneware.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.