Stoneware is described as a pottery made of clay and a fusible stone; fired between 1200?C and 1400?C, halfway between earthenware and porcelain; opaque, very hard and nonporous; additional glaze is unnecessary except for decoration.

Moreover, stoneware refers to a gray-, reddish- or buff-colored opaque clay body which matures - becomes nonporous), between 1900 to 2300?F.
Ref: 122517/2006-10-03

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Earthenware (Earthenware refers to a low-fired, glazed or un ...)

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