clear glaze

clear glaze

A colorless or colored transparent ceramic glaze. Also see ceramic color glaze.
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I have a colleague who uses white clay for the eyes and has started adding a clear glaze to her students' face jugs.
In commercial markets, BIA members cite trends including glazed brick in bold colors, clear glaze and engobe coating.
Commercial trends include glazed brick in bold colors, clear glaze and engobe coating.
(2) The colorant layer was completely removed after 10 to 12 years of simulated toothbrushing, while colorants having a glaze overcoat were removed after 30 years of simulated toothbrushing because the layer of clear glaze had to be worn away before the colorant layer could be affected.
Block of wood * White paint or white wood stain * Gold paint * Clear glaze or Mod Podge * Moroccan-style tile stencil * Paintbrush * Paint sponge * Twine
The Crazy Legs Chair Company uses recycled paint and fabric to create "functional art" in the form of old chairs, lamps and other furniture and accessories, while Clayfarm creates handmade utilitarian pieces using a clear glaze over cream white clay.
Once he is satisfied with his decoration, Shibata sprays the work with a clear glaze and sets it up for the glaze firing.
She does this with a thin coating of clear glaze that is neither shiny nor matte, again an in-between phase of suspension.
Using a pastry brush, paint the entire surface of the cake with this clear glaze, continuing until all the glaze has been used.
As well as the tin glaze, Dutch potters used a clear glaze over the decoration, which gave it a resemblance to Chinese porcelain, the much coveted material that Europeans were unable to produce at the time.
Students paint their cells using underglazes (2-3 coats) and coat them with a clear glaze before firing.