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barbotine

(ˈbɑːbəˌtiːn)
n
a type of clay paste used in making decorated potterythe technique of using barbotine clay to ornament pottery
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At the exhibition, Japanese ceramics were praised for their diversity and finishes, Danish for their classical inspiration, and French for the newly mastered barbotine technique.
Ancestors of these fish lamps can be found in the slipcast or 'barbotine' objects in naturalistic shapes made by the Massier family at the end of the 19th century when there were around 30 potteries in production.
On the western promontory a small settlement was surveyed in 1992 (TA 92-8), with formal stone buildings and typical Abbasid barbotine sherds (cf.
Deposit D 597, which is described as a street outside house BS, disclosed a fine Minoanizing cup with barbotine decoration, while house BS itself contained a Minoanizing angular cup, three Minoan imports of Middle Minoan (MM) IA date, and two Cycladic imported bowls (Zerner 1978, pp.
representative for faience maker Luneville, is introducing patterns by Pierre Casenove, including Passiflore and Barbotine. Passiflore is a blue and white Victorian pattern on a traditional Louis XV Rohan shape and is available in a dinner plate, cup and saucer, and coffeepot.