Translation of pottery in Spanish:

pottery

cerámica, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpɑdəri//ˈpɒt(ə)ri/

noun

  • 1

    (vessels)
    cerámica feminine
    • They specialise in hand-make stoneware pottery that is both attractive and useful.
    • The long-established Sitiwinangun earthenware pottery, locally known as gerabah, is dominated by the color maroon.
    • These rooms contain tens of thousands of clay pots, pottery shards, copper and bronze weapons, tools and statuettes.
    • Few pieces of Chinese porcelain or pottery made prior to the 14th century bear reign marks and those that do should be viewed with suspicion.
    • After that I started collecting pottery and porcelain and then started selling it.
    • Historically ceramics production was widely dispersed, its main branches being brick and tile, pottery and porcelain manufacture.
    • It consisted of delicately inlaying colored clays into white bodied pottery.
    • Antique cups of pottery and earthenware are also occasionally found.
    • She argues that rice husks used to temper clay pottery at Koldihawa and Mahagara sites indicate that a domesticated rice was grown at that time.
    • With collectable pottery and porcelain, the rare and the wonderful remain expensive.
    • The dishes may be round or rectangular and are made of pottery, porcelain, or decorated lacquer.
    • The Japanese use the word yaki for porcelain, pottery and earthenware alike.
    • Satsuma ware is something between porcelain and pottery.
    • The experience of molding clay sculpture and pottery is one that is usually remembered by the child and treasured for life.
    • There was exquisite pottery, clay figurines and animals, beads of lapis lazuli, silver and shell, as well as the usual weights and seals.
    • The burglars escaped with a hoard of limited edition bone china, porcelain and pottery collectables leaving behind only muddy footprints.
    • There are pots and pans to hand-built pieces and sculptures in stoneware pottery.
    • In porcelain and pottery, connoisseurship was in its infancy, as can be seen by publications of the time.
    • Such scenes were greatly appealing to pottery and porcelain manufacturers, giving a range of products a particularly strong sales boost.
    • Things materialize from the sand upon occasion - a tool, a hasp, a leg-bone from someone long gone to God, pottery from local clay.
  • 2

    (workshop)
    alfarería feminine
    taller de cerámica masculine
    • A critical juncture in his career was a four-month visit to Japan in 1876 and 1877, where he was able to tour potteries and religious sites that few Westerners had visited.
    • Then she headed off to New Zealand and Australia to work in potteries.
    • Around 1770 there were five thousand workers employed in the potteries of England and Wales.
    • It beggars belief that children who live on the edge of one of the greatest potteries in the world should have to resort to a third world immigrant teacher to learn about pottery.
    • The quieter elegance of the neoclassical style achieved a cameo-like effect which was finally translated into ‘jasper’ and ‘Basalt’ in the Wedgwood potteries.
    • In spite of the protective tariff levied on imported decorated ceramic wares, many American art potteries were unable to survive the influx of foreign wares.
    • The deposit consists of many thousands of waste pieces from the Isleworth Pottery - one of London's four major potteries at the time.
    • Her Chateau de Bellevue was on the edge of the Meudon Forest, with a long view of the Seine Valley down to Paris, and with the Sevres potteries tucked under the escarpment.
    • There was a time I was on the phone to the potteries in Stoke every hour about these tiles.
    • The nearby Jingdezhen potteries used the kaolin to create their fine white porcelain.
    • These were common to potteries in the Deep South and are notable for the variety of colors they produced, from yellow and green to reddish and dark brown.
    • This was curtailed by persistent headaches, and upon leaving he worked for the two years to 1791 in his father's potteries.
    • No reference to any uphill traffic has been found, though return loads may have been consumables for the brickfields, potteries and coal mines.
    • The patronage of a daimyo allowed the potteries to aim for the highest quality without regard to cost.
    • The production of commercial tableware began in the late 1800s, and by 1920 potteries had perfected a vitrified china which would not chip or stain in heavy use.
    • A former art school student and classically-trained sculpture, Dave's studies took him to Grimsby, Harrow, and Staffordshire potteries.
    • In 1900 people were working in Hobsonville, in the potteries there.
    • Studies of ceramics and other commodities show a substantial drop in imports and dominance of markets by such British centres of production as the Oxfordshire potteries.
    • For the past two hundred years scholars have been engaged in matching the maker's marks on objects to the potteries and estimating dates of manufacture.
    • Dresser went to every part of that still mysterious country, visiting potteries, workers in wood and metal, artists, temples and the Emperor Meiji himself.
  • 3

    (craft)
    alfarería feminine
    cerámica feminine
    • And these camps are conducted for all kinds of skills and activities such as pottery, arts and crafts, and personality development.
    • Traditional Dutch crafts include pottery, tile work, glassware, and silver.
    • It has made a remarkable contribution to the arts in Australia, in painting and pottery, sculpture, architecture, and literature.
    • This Amerindian descent is still evident in the northern countryside where pottery and other Indian crafts are made with traditional methods.
    • One of the ways the organisation works to keep children off the street is by getting them involved in arts and crafts, like pottery and printing.
    • There are opportunities for people to use their creative abilities in fine dancing, needlework, illumination, and other crafts such as pottery.
    • In addition to pottery, other crafts are embroidery and the production of leather goods such as belts and purses.
    • You'll be able to learn about crafts from scrapbooking to pottery in the demonstrations.
    • Embroidery, used to decorate the place mats, was combined with other traditional crafts, including pottery and china painting.
    • Vilasini, 23, lives in Bangalore, India and enjoys painting and pottery.
    • Activities will include arts and crafts, pottery, cooking, music and movement, drama, dancing, outdoor games and lots more fun activities.
    • The chief Bemba crafts are pottery and baskets.
    • After graduating from Indiana University, she returned to Italy to study pottery at a professional ceramic trade school in Faenza.
    • Interpretation centres, an ecology centre, a community hall for traditional art and drama, pottery and a craft museum.
    • Scottish crafts such as pottery, hand-knitting, jewelry-making, and weaving are widely practiced.
    • Visitors can also get a ‘hands-on’ experience of the beautiful crafts like pottery or weaving.
    • The concept of folk art not only included fine art, but referred mainly to arts and crafts such as pottery or textile works.
    • Most will offer non-traditional classes such as painting or pottery.
    • Fulani men are less involved in the production of crafts such as pottery, iron-working, and dyeing than some neighboring peoples.
    • Among the activities will be pottery, arts and crafts, dancing, film making and Information Technology work.