Applying the Clay Paste Lustre Underglaze

Pala, Irem Calisici
May 2012
Ceramics Technical;May-Oct2012, Issue 34, p74
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the ceramic lustre called clay paste and the process of applying it under the glaze as of May 1, 2012. Multiple photographs of ceramic works such as bowls illustrating the effect of this process are presented as well as brief instructions on how to apply this lustre technique. The work and research of the author are also addressed.


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