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Transactions of the INDIAN CERAMIC SOCIETY   Vol. 06  1947
A NOTE ON MANUFACTURE OF FRlTTED PORCELAIN
RAMCHANDRA RAO BAINDOOR,
Pages : 47-50
DOI : 10.1080/0371750X.1947.10877827
Abstract
If we understand by the term "Porcelain", a translucent white material manufactured of kaolin and fluxes, such as felspar, then from the available records we can say that the first porcelain was manufactured under the "Ting" dynasty, 618-907 A.D., in China. The rapid progress in the manufacture was made under the double "Ming" dynasty during the fourteenth to fifteenth centuries when the Chinese pottery acquired the qualities which have rendered it famous. Subsequently the art and technique of manufacture spread gradually to other countries. However, it can be said that the origin of porcelain manufacture was in China only. Very little information is available as to the Chinese technique of porcelain manufacture.
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