This album contains a wide variety of Stonehenge related items, made from Stone, Bone, Glass, and Ceramics.
Bone china is a type of porcelain first developed in Britain in which organic bone ash is a major component and contributes to it's traditional bright white color.
Ceramic on the other hand is inorganic, non-metallic and always heat fired. Limestone, a substance abundant in Southwest Britain, is often used as a base and whitener.
In the 18th century, Fine glass was produced in England. It was usually made from a lead crystal, then referred to as “flint” glass. Today it is more often refereed to as Leaded Crystal.