What is stoneware?

Stoneware is a clay that is quite durable due to the firing process it undergoes. It is used not just to make serving, cooking and baking dishes, but also for garden items. in the garden. These pieces are meant to be used due to their durability.


Are clay and stoneware the same material?

Stoneware is crafted from a specific type of clay that is fired at a temperature of more than 1,000°C to lend it its stone-like durability and density.


Is stoneware a ceramic?

Stoneware is a common term used for pottery and other ceramics that undergo the firing process.  Stoneware is durable ceramic, dishwasher safe, eco-friendly and beautifully designed. 


What are some different types of ceramics?

Common types of ceramics are pottery, porcelain, stoneware, earthenware, and Bone China.


Is stoneware easily breakable?

Yes, stoneware can break if handled harshly or if it falls on the floor. However, if you handle it with care, it will last for years.


How durable is stoneware as compared to other materials?

Stoneware is stronger as compared to other pottery and earthenware. Due to its sturdy, stone-like features, it is widely used to make tableware, kitchenware and other household items.


How is ceramic different from pottery?

Pottery only uses clay. On the other hand, ceramics are made from a combination of clay and other minerals to make them sturdy. 

Since pottery is made of just clay, it is porous and delicate as compared to ceramics. Due to its fragile nature, pottery is ideal for complicated designs.


Is stoneware glazed?

Yes, stoneware is glazed in various colors after the firing process to give it a protection layer and add to its visual appeal. Both glossy and matte finishes are used. Glazes also make the stoneware non-porous. Glazes can be in multiple lovely colors and hues to beautify stoneware.



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