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Pottery or porcelain having a metallic sheen produced when metallic oxides are added to the glaze.
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(ˈlʌs tərˌwɛər)

ceramic ware covered with a luster.
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Noun1.lusterware - pottery with a metallic sheen produced by adding metallic oxides to the glaze
clayware, pottery - ceramic ware made from clay and baked in a kiln
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You have a porcelain set of lusterware that was made in Japan.
While the Isle aux Morts example dates from Muel's Christian period after 1610, prior to this date Moorish potters crafted the distinctive majolica and lusterware porringers found at Red Bay (Myles, 2007: 124) and other Basque sites on the north shore of the Gulf (Escribano-Ruiz and Barreiro Arguelles, 2016).
These artifacts include rock crystal and ivory, monumental marble reliefs, ceramic lusterware (a technique popular during the Fatimid Dynasty), marble vases, copper lamps, chandeliers with kufic script and much more.
The bulk of the materials consisted of fragmentsofeverydaypottery, such as bowls,ulnas,jars andbits offancy lusterware vessels.