Bone china dinnerware

What is bone china?

Did you know that bone china is English porcelain that contains kaolin, feldspar and bone meal.  Bone meal is actually burned to ash Ox bone that increases the strength of the porcelain, its whiteness and its transparency.

Nowadays, there is no real bone in porcelain bone china. The bone ashes are replaced by Kaolin which is a resulting from the natural decomposition of other clays or feldspar.

Bone china and thus Bone China dinnerware has been invented between the years of 1789 and 1793 in England.

A lot of British brands emerged and started manufacturing English bone china such as Royal Worcester, Wedgwood,  Spode, Walepol and many more.

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