overglaze decoration


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overglaze decoration

A ceramic or metallic decoration applied and fired on the previously glazed surface of ceramic ware.
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He displayed his first ceramic works, dishes and vases with overglaze decoration as well as a painted toilet, in 1987 at an exhibition at the "Jana seta" Gallery in the Old Town of Riga.
The title itself often tells a story, as in Pirmas izraelitu karalius pagonis Saulius meta ieti i karaliu Dovyda (2016), provoking one to read between the lines and consider the subtext of the story carefully painted with underglaze and overglaze decoration. In the composition Ganimedas ir Dzeuso erelis.
I believe we have neglected the technique of overglaze decoration as a valid and enduring element of the entire ceramics process, despite it being an integral part of the character of Asian and Islamic ceramics for the past 1000 years, through the marriage of form and surface.
Kyoto potters developed a technique of overglaze decoration in raised slip and enamels known as 'moriage' in Japanese, a technique they later taught to the producers of Satsuma wares.
In a room at the back of the hacienda Guevara grabs a large, flat wooden paddle and thoroughly stirs a vat full of tin oxide-based glaze which, when fired, will form the smooth, vitreous, off-white ground for the overglaze decoration. "You must keep the particles in constant suspension," he says as he grasps a small bowl by its foot and dips it in the mixture, thereafter gracefully, rhythmically rotating and twisting the vessel in the air until the coating congeals and dries on the porous surface.
I believe we have neglected the technique of overglaze decoration as a valid and enduring element of the whole ceramic process, despite it being an integral part of the character of Oriental and Islamic ceramics for the last 1000 years, through the marriage of form and surface.
After being glazed and fired, the porcelain body is elaborately decorated with China's classical ornamentation by means of overglaze decoration of Jingdezhen, or embossed with exaggerated and traditional pattern.
Overglaze decorations almost invariably employ bright, warm colours; often the entire repertoire of coloured enamels is used on a single piece, although certain colours and colour combinations are more common than others.
Overglaze decorations are delicate and should not be placed in the dishwasher.