glost firing


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glost firing

A second firing for the purpose of fusing the glaze after the initial biscuit firing.
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He informed about various operations including body formation, filtration, slip formation, casting, pug milling, jiggering, cutting and joining, drying, finishing, biscuit firing, kashi, cleaning, glazing and glost firing. About temperature management, he informed that pots were baked on 1200 Celsius degree.
jiggering, cutting & joining, drying, finishing, biscuit firing, kashi, cleaning, glazing and glost firing. About temperature management, he informed that pots were baked on 1200 Celsius degree.
After glazing, the wares are given a "glost firing," also known as the main firing due to the high temperature of 1,400*C.