Definitions for "Bone China"
Standard English porcelain since 1800. Containing bone ash, which kept porcelain from warping or collapsing when fired. The words "bone china" do not appear as part of a mark until about 1915.
A form of porcelain made of quartz, kaolin clay and bone ash. Bone china is usually white and very translucent. It has a very delicate appearance but is surprisingly strong.
Porcelain made by the addition of large quantities of bone ash.
Keywords:  borosilicate, dry
Bone Dry Borosilicate