Unfired "green ware" pottery on a traditional drying rack at Conner Prairie living
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By Beth Peterson. Definition: Greenware (noun) is the term given to clay objects
when they have been shaped but have not not yet been bisque fired, which ...
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Bisque - Pottery which has been fired once, without glaze, to a temperature just
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Firing transforms the grey fragile greenware into strong durable ceramic ware
suitable for decorating. Coil Construction - A construction technique in which clay
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Noun. (usually uncountable, plural greenwares). (ceramics, usually uncountable)
Pottery that has been shaped but not yet fired, especially while it is drying prior ...