Ceramics have claimed their spot in a lot of kitchens and into the hearts of a lot of people. They can naturally be found in cook wares and kitchen wares such as a ceramic tea strainer, pots, plates, and bowls (in some cases even as ceramic dog bowls for your pet). And can easily blend in and beautify any garden as ceramic garden stools, ceramic house numbers, and ceramic garden pixies and fairies.
They are in almost every bathroom in the world, as they can stand both hot and cold temperatures, easily washable and are very durable ceramic jewelry tray so tough that drilling ceramic tile or removing ceramic tile are difficult tasks that not everyone should perform. These tiles are very hard that certain skills are required to be able to punch a hole through them without damaging them permanently. Although ceramics have been around for centuries, it is not difficult to understand why up until now a lot of people still love to have them around. Some of these items are crafted and painted by hand so wonderfully that they are even considered as collectibles. Ceramic can last a very long time and even if you plan to display them outside your house, you will never have to worry if they are exposed in different weather conditions.
However, I should tell you that ceramics are not only used as displays. They have also been used in these past few decades, as something that has given much improvement to our technology. For example, instead of the regular asbestos or steel, more and more vehicles are shifting towards the use of ceramic brake pads, as they can function more silently and can last longer than regular ones. Wheels are now also being manufactured with ceramic ball bearings instead of steel ones; these bearings are lighter but are tougher than its predecessor. Finally, if you have a stereo, a headphone, or a microphone, you should know that these items use a Piezo ceramic element for them to deliver sound waves; this element is responsible for creating resonance frequency. As you can see, aside from advancements in modern art, we are continuously finding new uses for ceramics.