Pot·ter·y n.; pl. Potteries
1. The vessels or ware made by potters; earthenware, glazed and baked.
2. The place where earthen vessels are made.
n 1: ceramic ware made from clay and baked in a kiln [syn: clayware]
2: the craft of making earthenware
3: a workshop where clayware is made
the art of, was early practised among all nations. Various
materials seem to have been employed by the potter. Earthenware
is mentioned in connection with the history of Melchizedek (Gen.
14:18), of Abraham (18:4-8), of Rebekah (27:14), of Rachel
(29:2, 3, 8, 10). The potter's wheel is mentioned by Jeremiah
(18:3). See also 1 Chr. 4:23; Ps. 2:9; Isa. 45:9; 64:8; Jer.
19:1; Lam. 4:2; Zech. 11:13; Rom. 9:21.