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7. Ceramic

By combining select natural materials, an inorganic material comes to be – Ceramic. Ceramic products include earthenware, bone ware, pottery, and porcelain. Collectively these materials are referred to as ceramics.
Ceramic materials carry the properties of being strong, stiff, brittle, chemically inert, and non-conductors of heat and electricity. The earliest ceramics were more ornamental than practical indicating that from the beginning, ceramics have been prized for their aesthetic qualities. Ceramics have, however, become more functional today. They are still used to create items of beauty, such as garden statues, figurines, or decorative tiles. 
Chalk takes this lovely material and gives it definition, a creative flight and a sensitive form to bring in an elegant, classy appeal to the most unassuming of interiors.

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