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engobe

(ɛnˈɡəʊb)
n
(Ceramics) a liquid put on pottery before glazing
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On the inner and the outer surface of engobe were applied on a light pattern in the form of geometric shapes and fragments of vegetation, covered with coating.
Transformations in ceramic styles such as changes in form and volume, less sculpting of human and animal forms, and increased production of ceramic pieces painted with red engobe and precise white reticulated forms would provide a new aesthetic for pitchers and vessels.
In commercial markets, BIA members cite trends including glazed brick in bold colors, clear glaze and engobe coating.
Commercial trends include glazed brick in bold colors, clear glaze and engobe coating.
Clay slip (engobe) applied to once-fired or bisque pottery can release mechanical and chemical water which can turn into a gas exiting through the covering glaze layer.
Si bien nuestros datos son aun escasos, seria interesante trabajar sobre esta hipotesis, debido a que la decoracion de engobe rojo es la unica que se encuentra presente absolutamente en todos los sitios El Vergel de la isla (Palma et al.