Chelsea ware

Chelsea ware
n. any of various soft-paste porcelains made at Chelsea in the
18th c.

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Chelsea ware noun
A variety of china made in the 18c
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Main Entry:Chelsea

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Chelsea ware,
articles made of porcelain in Chelsea, England, in the 1700's.

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