Global Earthenware Market is classified on the basis of types, applications and geography. Earthenware refers to a range of articles made from ceramic materials and used for a number of purposes including tableware, pottery, and decorative objects. The blend of materials in earthenware varies, depending on the region, but it generally includes minerals such as quartz and feldspar, along with ball clay, a very plastic natural clay, and kaolin, or china clay, a more mineralized form. These materials are ground so that they have an even texture, and they are worked on a wheel or by hand into the desired shape.The earthenware is one of the oldest materials that used in pottery. Earlier earthenware was available in red tones but now with advances in technology it has evolved to include other colours such as white and buff color.
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Earthenware is not translucent and it can be easily chipped as it’s very light and more porous than stoneware. The earthenware pottery is popular because it is beautiful and hand made. Earthenware is also called low fired clay because it is normally matured at low temperature. Earthenware is firstly shaped and fired at a temperature of 15 ºF and is then glazed, before it is finally decorated. The factors that propel the growth of the Earthenware Market include increasing demand for various applications such as home decorations, tableware, and so on.
On the other hand, there are also factors that may hamper the growth of the market such as ease of availability of cheap substitutes made from polymers. Earthenware Market is classified on the basis of type as delftware, creamware, raku, victorian majolica, terracotta, ironstone ware, faience, yellowware, and others.
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Delftware includes tiles, plates, and ornaments. The product type is found in The Netherlands and is denoted by white and blue color. Creamware was first created in England and used as an alternate to soft-paste porcelains. Majolica earthenware is colourful and varied according to its patterns. The name ‘Majolica’ is a Spanish word and it is supposed that majolica ceramics were first shaped on the island of ‘Majorca’ in Spain and eventually imported to Italy. The Victorians are the greatest admirers of this majolica, who are renowned for their home decorations. Terra cotta is the most common basic type of earthenware and refers to unglazed red earthenware. It is used for sculpture, coiling, flowers pots, bricks, and roofing tiles.
Faience is a French word that refers to tin glazed earthenware. The word is derived from Faenza town in village which makes the tin glazed earthenware. Faience is more or less same like majolica and delft pottery. This Faience is traditionally red earthenware covered with a white lead based glaze. Earthenware Industry is classified on the basis of applications as tiles, plates, ornaments and others. The other application segment consists of flower pot, teapot, decoration, etc.
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