The term “ceramic” is usually used to refer to all objects made of clay that have been hardened by heating. However, Ceramic is a generic term for a variety of clay-based products including “Earthenware” and “Porcelain” (from Wikipedia). Knowing the difference between them will help you judge and evaluate the quality of your ceramic dinnerware, as well as help you properly maintain and care for it. In addition, ceramic tableware and porcelain tableware are also very different in terms of style and use, if you are a ceramic tableware retailer, the correct grasp of the difference between ceramic and porcelain can enable you to better serve your customers and create a selection of hot-selling products.
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