Earthenware can also be described as pottery that has not been fired to the point where it gets vitrified and is more porous and coarser than stoneware and porcelain. In order to make it less porous, the body can be covered completely or decorated with a liquid clay mixture (called ‘slip’) or it can be glazed.
What is earthenware used for?
Earthenware is commonly used in the making of terra cotta pots, roofing tiles, and other low-fire ware. Stoneware is a lump of hard and durable clay that is fired to temperatures between 2100 and 2300°F (1205–1260°C).
✓ It comes in perfect designed and constructed finish to deliver reliable performance support.
✓ The quality construction also ensures the cooked food remains hot for a long time.
✓ Finding suitability to be used for food preparation in both commercial and residential areas, these are extensively used by restaurants, hotels, and by catering units.
✓ Suitable to be used over medium and low fire, these handis are also easy to clean and maintain.