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Reference —  Porcelain
A translucent, nonabsorbent body fired at high temperature. White and hard, it was first developed in China. Traditionally fired in the 2370° to 2640°F/1300° to 1450°C range, some porcelain bodes have been developed that mature in the 2230° to 2340°F/1220° to 1280°C range.

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