Ceramic Pottery. Ceramic Hand-made Bowls. Ceramic Terms.
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1. Applique- The application of a clay shape or form scored to the surface. 2. Bisque- Unglazed clay, fired at a low temperature . 3. Coil Construction- Ropes of clay scored and stacked to form a wall. This is the most common hand-building method. 4. Glaze- A glassy coating that has been melted onto a ceramic surface. 2300*. 5. Greenware- Unfired pottery that is bone-dry, a state in which your pottery is the most fragile. Do Not Touch!!!! 6. Sgraffito- Carving a design on the body of the clay with a tool. (texture patterns) 7. Scored- Using a sharp tool to scratch the clay before it is attached to another piece of clay. Making xxx’s and /////’s.
Glaze – A glassy coating that has been melted onto a ceamic surface. 2300*.
Greenware – Unfired pottery that is bone-dry, a state in which clay forms are the most fragile. DO NOT TOUCH !!!!!!!!!!!
Coil construction – Ropes of clay that are scored and stacked to form a wall. This is the most common hand-building method.
Applique– the application of scoring a clay shape or form to the surface of the clay.
Coil Rope Lip
Sgraffito technique and glaze leaf designs
Wall hanging with glaze flower design
Sgraffito – using a tool to carve a design pattern on the body of the clay.
Scored – Using a sharp tool to scratch the clay surface, before it is attached to another piece of clay. Making xxxx’s or //////’s.
1. You create the coil, by rolling the clay with the palm of your hand. In the air or on the table. Then attach each coil on top of the next coil by scoring the coil, with xxx’s and ////’s.
2. Always apply even pressure with both hands when smoothing the inside surface. Use your hand or a spoon.
3. You will create some type of design on the outside of your piece. By using applique’s (applying shapes) or using sgraffito (a tool to carve a texture pattern).
By Ms. Stadsvold