Egyptian faience is a sintered-quartz ceramic displaying surface vitrification
which creates a bright lustre of various colours, with blue-green being the most ...
History of ancient Egyptian faience aka Eygptian paste, including how it is made
and the story behind its name.
Nov 6, 2009 ... 'Egyptian Faience' is a glazed non-clay ceramic material. ... To the ancient
Egyptians, faience was known as "tjehnet" which meant brilliant or ...
Jun 8, 2011 ... The sweet little blue-hued Hippopotamus figurine known as "William" is a fine
example of faience-making. Museum-goers are familiar with the ...
Mar 13, 2014 ... Here is a short but very informative video on Egyptian Faience (a.k.a. Egyptian
Paste) You can see her at http://www.amywallerpottery.com/ ...
Egyptian faience is a hallmark of ancient Egypt culture and is probably known to
everyone who has visited the Egyptian gallery of a museum. This book ...
101 TINY ANCIENT EGYPTIAN MUMMY FAIENCE BEADS 650 - 500 BC.
EGYPTIAN MUMMY FAIENCE - SIZE 1mm to 3mm. THESE COLORFUL BEADS
Before glass was created over thousands of years ago, the Egyptians created a
beautiful ceramic called faience. This ceramic material was made from a tin ...
Ancient faience is a manufactured material imitating bright colors and gloss of
semi-precious gems first used in Egyptian jewelry about 5500 years ago.
Egyptian faience was a ceramic material created to resemble precious stones,
such as turquoise and lapis lazuli. Ancient Egyptians used faience to produce a ...