This is a list of pottery and ceramic terms. Definitions in Wiktionary are noted as "(
W)". Contents ... (W); Bone-dry The final stage of greenware dried to a completely
dry state and ready...
Apr 1, 2012 ... All unfired clay is greenware. When it's fired once in the kiln, it becomes bisque.
Bisque ware can be fired again with glaze or be colored with ...
greenware. Unfired pottery; also called raw-ware. grog: Clay that has been fired
and crushed in a variety of mesh sizes. It is added to clay to reduce shrinkage ...
Sep 22, 2009 ... Glazing greenware for a single firing test. ... Glazing Unfired Pots.
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Unfired Greenware (Allow for about 10% clay shrinkage in bisque firing). Due to
their fragility, HFT4 and HFT6 greenware tile are available in-store only.
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Stroke Translucent Underglaze · LUG Underglazes · Velvet Underglazes ...
In a nutshell, greenware is raw clay. ... Potters throw pots and until they are fired,
they are greenware. ... While in the unfired state, it can be broken quite easily.
Their other underglazes all work on greenware, but only some colors also work
on bisque. Spectrum Underglazes can be applied to greenware or bisque.
occurring in greenware? My own crack is in the vertical wall of a slabbuilt piece -
not too big and following along a seam in the building process. I guess I'm a bit ...
I have an unfired piece I'd like to use to make a rubber mold. I don't want to lose
the original but am not sure how to seal it against the rubber. I guess whatever I ...