Pottery is in fact the same "Earthenware
Ceramic", a piece of ceramic, preheated between 850 to
1000 degree C and having irregular porosity.
It is technical
definition of earthenware, but in general, the word is applied to the
objects made of the cooked clay, such as bowls, jugs, …
In Persian, it
is called “Sofal”; the word “Sofal” also applies to the hull
of nuts and dry pomegranate.
or “Pottery” is applied to the art or fabrication of dishes and to
the cooked clay objects.
generally applied to the products made through crockery, such as
statue, plate, … sometimes enamel-less earthenware is called to
“Pottery” and enameled kind is called “Crockery”.
Paste”: The clay strass applied in making earthenware has a red,
gray or buff color.
species of earthenware are divided into three groups from the point of