English version

crockery in Utensils topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcrockerycrock‧e‧ry /ˈkrɒkəri $ ˈkrɑː-/ noun [uncountable] British English  crockery.jpg DFUcups, dishes, plates etccutlery a stack of dirty crockery
Examples from the Corpus
crockeryThe conventional image of a ceramic is of a hard brittle material used to make items such as crockery and tiles.Cups, crockery, cutlery and glasses can all be washed in hot soapy water in the usual way.No two pieces of our everyday crockery match.Much of the china clay went to the Potteries of Staffordshire to be made into crockery - cups, saucers and plates.The scattered fragments of crockery and the aroma of the wasted nectar marked the melancholy wreck of our Christmas cheer.Not a blanket, a pillow, a piece of cutlery or crockery remained.As he spoke, the sideboard barring the entrance toppled over in a heap of shattered crockery and wood.When they moved our Mrs R. would only let them take a bed and some crockery.