Difference between pottery and porcelain
Pottery includes porcelain (stone) and pottery (soil).
Porcelain is made by pulverizing ceramic magnets as raw materials, adding water, kneading, and firing at high temperatures (about 1,300 degrees). Its characteristic is that it is hard and does not absorb water, so it can be used cleanly for a long time. In addition, since the base material is fine and white, beautiful coloring also shines. In addition, it is also used in the chemical and industrial fields because it is resistant to chemicals and has the property of being an electrical non-conductor.
Pottery is made from china clay and clay, and is fired at a temperature of about 1,200 degrees Celsius, which is lower than that of porcelain. Since it can be used with a variety of glazes, it is widely used not only for tableware, but also for tea utensils, flower vases, building supplies, etc. In addition, its characteristics are rich in water absorption and breathability, and the longer it is used, the more the taste and texture will come out.