Definition of Overglaze. Meaning of Overglaze. Synonyms of Overglaze

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Definition of Overglaze

Overglaze
Overglaze O"ver*glaze`, a. (Ceramics) (a) Applied over the glaze; -- said of enamel paintings, which sometimes are seen to project from the surface of the ware. (b) Suitable for applying upon the glaze; -- said of vitrifiable colors used in ceramic decoration.

Meaning of Overglaze from wikipedia

- Overglaze decoration, overglaze enamelling or on-glaze decoration is a method of decorating pottery, most often porcelain, where the coloured decoration...
- Small repair (top) on Nabeshima ware dish with hollyhock design, overglaze enamel, 18th century, Edo period (Tokyo National Museum)...
- red, gold, black for outlines, and sometimes other colours, added in overglaze. In the most characteristic floral designs most of the surface is coloured...
- painted with overglaze decoration and fired again to bond the paint with the glaze. Most pieces use only one of underglaze or overglaze painting, the...
- various ****anese cities. By adapting their gilded polychromatic enamel overglaze designs to appeal to the tastes of western consumers, manufacturers of...
- Kakiemon (****anese: 柿右衛門) is a style of ****anese porcelain, with overglaze decoration called "enameled" ceramics. It was originally produced at the factories...
- underglaze decoration using pigments that include cobalt oxide and copper, or overglaze enamels, allowing a wider range of colours. Like many earlier wares, modern...
- Enamelled gl****, gl**** which has been decorated with vitreous enamel Overglaze decoration, or enamel, in pottery Tooth enamel, the hard mineralised surface...
- after the overglaze enamels have been applied. However, because the main or glost firing is at a higher temperature than used in overglaze decoration...
- for a second firing of porcelain at a relatively low temperature to fix overglaze enamels; these tend to be called muffle kilns. The pigments for most enamel...
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