Applied under the glaze, that is, before the glaze is put on; fitted to be so applied; -- said of colors in porcelain painting.
pigments applied to the raw clay or bisque and covered with a transparent glaze.
technique in which a design is applied to the raw ceramic surface before being covered with glaze and fired
Ceramic colors combined with clay applied under a glaze, usually a clear glaze. Although a durable method of decorating, colors can run especially if colorants, which double as fluxes, are used, however more dependable than overglaze stains.
Coloured decoration applied to the biscuit which is then cover with glaze and fired.
a ceramic color used under a glaze
a colorant and goes underneath a glaze
Colored slip which is applied directly to the greenware.
Colour or design painted before the application of the glaze on a ceramic object. Blue is the most common underglaze colour.
Pigment applied to the greenware and fired to a cone 6.
a paint-like material that is used to decorate greenware.
A color which is usually applied to greenware and in most cases is covered with a glaze.
Design or colours applied, cut or incised into a ceramic body before glazing and firing. See high temperature colours.
a pattern or colours applied before the glaze
Underglaze is a method of decorating ceramic articles, where the decoration is applied to before it has been glazed. Because the glaze will subsequently cover it such decoration is completely durable, but because the subsequent glost firing is at a high temperature than used in on-glaze decoration the range of available colours is more limited. It uses pigments derived from oxides which fuse with the glaze when the piece is fired in a kiln.