Applied over the glaze; -- said of enamel paintings, which sometimes are seen to project from the surface of the ware.
Suitable for applying upon the glaze; -- said of vitrifiable colors used in ceramic decoration.
technique in which opaque enamels are painted onto an already glazed and fired vessel before undergoing a second firing
A second glaze laid over a first and refired; also known as enamelling.
A design applied to clayware after it has been fired and glazed.
A term used in ceramics for the method or order of painted or transfer-printed decoration applied on the glaze rather than beneath it (underglaze). Overglaze enamel colours are mixed with a flux such as potash or lime which enables them to fuse onto the glaze when the article is fired again - at a lower temperature firing than for underglaze high-temperature colours.
a special glass and flux mixture that provides a clear glossy coating that provides extra sheen and vividness to ceramic materials.
Decoration applied after a piece goes through the original glazing and firing.
China paints, lusters and metallics applied over a glazed surface and fired.
Decoration applied over the glaze.
A secondary glaze applied to terra-cotta elements after the initial firing.
the application of low-fire coloured glazes to clay pieces that have already been glazed and have usually already been fired.
A thin glaze added as a final step to a decorative finish. It can be the original glaze thinned somewhat or a new, thinner glaze in another color.
is a decorative finish applied over a fired glaze surface and made permanent by firing.
Decorations are applied on top of the glaze and fired into it. When properly fired, the ware can be safely used in a dishwasher with a mild detergent.
Color that is applied after an object has been fired once in the kiln.
Decoration applied to a piece of pottery which has been glazed.
A glaze decoration applied on the surface of a fired glaze which is then refired.