Overglaze color | Article about overglaze color by The Free Dictionary
overglaze color[′ō·vər‚glāz ‚kəl·ər]
Any of the mixtures of ground pigment and low-melting glass melting at 704-816°C; used for decorative designs fired onto china and ceramics.
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After applying the overglaze color
, the porcelain is fired again several times at about 1500 degrees Fahrenheit.