crystalline glaze

crystalline glaze

A glaze containing macroscopic crystals.
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Onto this, wax is applied as a separating agent, then a thick layer of the crystalline glaze is poured or brushed on the entire outside surface of the vessel.
Gustin finishes the piece with a high sheen crystalline glaze.
Dishwasher- and microwave-safe, except for gold-glazed pieces and those with a crystalline glaze.
Satin ma/Ie crystalline glaze twice fired to cone Below: Group of 3 Vase Forms.
Successive generations of potters from the nearby Sturt Pottery workshop have used this local stone to make the glaze known as 'tea dust', a yellow/green crystalline glaze but I am not interested in doing what I know can be done.
In the 1990s he began experimenting with crystalline glazes, a long-lost technique which originated in ancient China.
What we really like is that the crystalline glazes are unique.
The macro-crystalline glazes, or more commonly known as crystalline glazes, have crystals that grow large enough to see.
The $500 award will fund a research and development project Marlowe is undertaking to develop unique crystalline glazes using three rare earth elements in combination with other colorants.
Matt and Crystalline glazes also came in at this time, the latter producing an effect similar to frost on a window on top of the coloured glaze.
The artist is represented at the annual show and sale by her thrown vases featuring delicate crystalline glazes.
This will also change the soak temperature during the firing which should be greater than the glaze softening point in order to allow the glaze to smooth out and heal any pin holing which appears to be a problem with matte crystalline glazes of this type.