Green ware

Related to Green ware: potters
articles of pottery molded and shaped, but not yet baked.

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Demonstrations, varying from metal clay to polymer clay creations to carving green ware, will be presented during the afternoons Saturday and Sunday.
The Green ware is then stored in the green ware section the storage section temporarily with the heating system for continuous dryness.
The green ware pieces after being successful inspection are transferred to Glazing section where the glaze of required color is sprayed on the green ware pieces for color and painting through pump machines in the glaze booths.
Once the green ware is completely devoid of moisture it goes in a kiln for its first firing, emerging as porous bisque ware.
The Green ware is then stored in the green ware section (the storage section) temporarily with the heating system for continuous dryness.
The temperature then reduces to normal and the green ware in finished sanitary ware form comes out of the kiln.
After the first day of smoothing and drying, the green wares were allowed under the sun to dry before pre-heating.
Its main subject is Chinese porcelain from Yuan and Ming China: green wares, white wares, copper-red wares, iron-spotted qingbai jars and covers, blue and white wares, and various stonewares.
There are numbers of programs to sell green wares and fundraise, such as litterless lunch kits, stainless water bottles, organic coffee, compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs, etc.