underglaze

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un·der·glaze

 (ŭn′dər-glāz′)
n.
Coloring or decoration applied to pottery before glazing.

underglaze

(ˈʌndəˌɡleɪz)
adj
(Ceramics) ceramics applied to pottery or porcelain before the application of glaze
n
(Ceramics) a pigment, etc, applied in this way

un•der•glaze

(ˈʌn dərˌgleɪz)
adj.
1. (of a color or decoration) applied to a ceramic piece before the glaze.
n.
2. color or decoration so applied.
[1875–80]

underglaze

A pigment or decoration applied to pottery before it is glazed.
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A second group of wares was covered with similar black mottled glazes over subtle Mars yellow underglazes.
The designs were then painted in with underglazes and, finally, clear glaze was applied to the bowls.
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The colors are brighter and more saturated than other glazes, and the underglazes are compatible with both the earthenware and stoneware covering glaze.
Colored underglazes were applied next with soft brushes.
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