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- n. Plural form of underglaze.
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Rather than preparing them yourself, it is usually better to purchase commercial underglazes from a supplier.
These are not used for glaze application, but are often used for decorative effects-with underglazes and overglazes.
Refractory oxides (chrome, rutile) or underglazes that act as a dust layer prevent the formation of an interface.
Attendees use terra cotta clay and personalize their creations with stamps and bright underglazes.
In the Global Campus exhibit, Terry covered clay sculpture with mixed media finishes, including acrylic, stains, wax and underglazes with clear glaze on top.
Taking Peter's graceful forms, they began not only decorating the pots with underglazes, often with scenes from their daily lives, but also carving images and designs on them, even piercing the pots to form marvelous reticulated works.