英 [faɪɑːns]
  • n. 精巧彩色陶器
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faience (n.)
fine kind of pottery or earthenware, 1714, from French faïence (16c.), probably from Fayence, French form of Faenza, city in Italy that was a noted ceramics center 16c. The city name is Latin faventia, literally "silence, meditation," perhaps a reference to a tranquil location.
1. The so - called faience is porcelain other than celadon and white porcelain, including the blue and white.
所谓彩瓷,是指青瓷、白瓷以外的瓷器, 包括青花瓷(porcelain).


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