Ceramic glaze

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  • Taking a Look at Shino Glazes

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    Shino Glazes Shinos are traditional Japanese glazes that have high feldspar and clay content, and can produce a range of color and texture depending highly on application and firing. The main colorant in shino glazes are the iron oxide impurities contained in various clays. Historical Information Shino originated in the Mino region of Japan during the Momoyama period (1573-1615 A.D.) and was discovered in an attempt to recreate a white feldspathic glaze brought from China that belonged to the

  • Case Study: Angel Pottery

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    Overview: Company Angel Pottery LLC (herein after referred to as Angel Pottery) is an organization that produces happiness and manufactures ceramics. It is physically located in western Massachusetts and consists of one potter’s wheel, a kiln, 25 lbs. bags of clay, pottery tools and accessories and is owned by its principle, David DeAngelis. The major channels of communication between the principle and Angel Pottery’s customers are two websites: AngelPottery.com and EastLongmeadowRealty.com. Angelpottery

  • Richard Fairbanks' and Takeshi Yasuda's Ceramics Essay

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    Richard Fairbanks' and Takeshi Yasuda's Ceramics Richard Fairbanks, although many times overlooked, was an important American ceramist. He was known as a "loner" and because of this he was never really appreciated for his talent. Fairbanks was greatly influence by his professors. Professor Paul Bonifas, who taught at the University of Washington, was one who left a huge impact on Fairbanks work. Fairbanks created a system of sketching pottery profiles, which stemmed from Bonifas’ teachings

  • The Ware : Practical Vessel

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    Kenzan learned pottery from famous Nonomura Ninsei who established “Kyo-yaki”, Kyoto Pottery, in mid 17th century. Kenzan opened his kiln when he was 37 years old in 1699 in Narutaki, Kyoto where he created many artistic ceramics “Kenzan-yaki”. His brother, Korin, often collaborated Kenzan on decoration of pottery and created innovative artworks together (Wilson). While the raku (meaning enjoyment, comfort, or ease) ware is commonly used when creating tea bowls, Kenzan avoided

  • Le Cereuset Stoneware: Case Study: Le Creuest Stoneware

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    Topic: Le Creuset Stoneware About Le Creuest: LE Creuest name originates from French meaning "Cauldron" (a huge metal pot that is used for cooking and boiling purposes on an open flame and its mouth is open and wide) is a French Cookware manufacturer which is well known for its selling cast iron materials across the globe. Le Creuest was the first who introduced a material made up of Cast iron and molded enamel kitchen utensil in the 19th century. Le Creuest first employed the method of using cast

  • Case Study: Le Creuest Stoneware

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    Topic: Le Creuset Stoneware About Le Creuest: LE Creuest name originates from French meaning "Cauldron" (a huge metalpot that is used for cooking and boiling purposes on an open flame and its mouth is opened and wide) is a French Cookware manufacturer which is well known for its selling casted iron materials across the globe. Le Creuest was the first who introduced a material made up of Cast iron and molded enamel kitchen utensil in the 19th century. Le Creuest first employed the method of using

  • No Evidence Of Purple Glazed Pottery

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    The site was occupied throughout the modern and splenetic periods, based on Stratum 1’s TPQ date from a Pepsi can dated to 1969 AD, and the white glazed pottery characterized in the Modern period and the blue glazed pottery characterized in the Splenetic period strewn about strata 2, 3, 4 and 5. The site does not seem to have been occupied throughout the Late Frenetic period, because there is no evidence of purple glazed pottery throughout the relevant strata. However, the site was occupied by the

  • Luohan Earthenware Analysis

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    Lead based glaze already used in the Han dynasty to imitate bronzes. The sancai style of decoration appears to have been revived “around year 675 during the Tang Dynasty. Sancai glazed Tang pottery wares were produced at a limited number of kilns. The majority of sancai

  • Taking a Look at Hollow Slip Casting

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    Introduction Slip casting is a technique used to mass-produce ceramic shapes that are not easily made on a wheel. To perform slip casting, a plaster mold is filled with a liquid clay casting slip. The water inside the casting slip is drawn to the plaster mold until a layer of solid clay is left deposited onto the mold walls. Once the right thickness is achieved, the excess casting slip is poured off and a hollow cast remains. Slip casting has been a large impression on society through its commercial

  • Geiger's Currents: Color And Content Analysis

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    exhibition which address contemporary themes in ceramic art. This year’s Currents is at the Gary R. Libby Gallery. The exhibition entitled “Currents 2017- Perception: Color and Content”, focuses on the idea of how perception of color can change the way an individual perceives a works content. The exhibition, curated by UF students, features well-known artists like, Jon P. Geiger, Jason Lee Starin, and G. V. Kelley. Jon P Geiger is a well-known ceramic artist. His work focuses on the mysticism of the

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