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Unlike metals and glass, pottery can not be melted down and re-used - once broken, it is thrown away. Also unlike metals, it can not corrode, and unlike wood and other materials, pottery can not rot. Hence it is generally the most common find on a particular archaeological site, and in some cases it may be the only artefact found at a site.
Because clay is easy to shape and decorate, pottery always reflects contemporary tastes and cultural ideals and so it is an ideal subject of art-historical study. Different shapes and decorations were used at different times, by different people, and for different purposes. So by studying pottery on, archaeologists can date
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their sites and say a great deal about ancient cultures. It provides information about technology, craft specialisation, trade, industry, art, diet and a host of other attributes of ancient cultures.
During the process of making pottery, there are many ways of applying a glaze. In the Islamic world the flux elements would be heated with the quartz to form a glass which was crushed to a powder then suspended in water. This glaze mixture was then commonly poured over the vessel, or the vessel was dipped in the glaze. It may have been necessary for the alkali-glazed wares to have a preliminary or bisque firing in which the vessel was fired without a glaze, then a secondary or glostfiring to fix the glaze. In medieval Europe the lead appears to have been dabbed onto the vessel surface as a powder. A Chinese technique was to throw plant ash onto the pots in the kiln, while for European salt-glazed stoneware the salt was just thrown into the kiln during the firing.

Toperfect Crafts Factory provides glost firing vases. Every piece is finally closely inspected, to ensure there are no cracks or crazing, scratching or chip, which have shape and molded what has become a unique pieces of decorative product to be as it in your hand.
How our glost firing vases are produced?
Design process :
It takes approximately 1-2 months to design the entire collection.
Prototype set up:
Transform the designed product to the real piece. The ideas is taking clays shrinking percentage plus the actual product size and calculate for the prototype size.
Preparing mold : A mold enables many copies of the same object to be produced quickly.
Glazing : Consists of white clay 30%, black clay 60% Celica 10%, Sodium 0.2% Water 45 liters per 100 kilograms of dry clay. Leaving the mixed glaze overnight to get rid of air bubble.
Drain crating : Pour the glaze into the mold. Leave it to absorb until it reaches 5 mm. thickness level. Remove the mold and leave it to dry
Modeling : Final decoration & cast the piece before firing
Firing : Most work will entail two firings. The first called a bisque or biscuit firing is done when the pot has become bone dry. The temperatures and the rate of "ramp" will vary according to the type of clay used. The term ramp is used to define the rate of increase in the temperatures in the kiln. Start off slowly to allow any small amounts of moisture remaining in the piece to be expelled as steam without running the risk of the pot exploding. The secondary firing on is called the glaze or glost firing, the object being to melt the glaze and fuse it to the body of the pot. This will result in a waterproof surface. A third firing, if used, is for decorative applications such as transfers (Decals) on glaze painting luster.

porcelain crafts pottery craft ceramics The glost firing vase from Toperfect can give you greatest satisfaction. They are highly artistic, so you can consider them as a piece of artwork to decorate your room to display your distinctive taste and bring your room much aesthetic beauty. Furthermore, the glost firing vases on are very practical. You can use them to hold flowers or whatever you like. And the nice luster and glaze make glost firing vases appear more beautiful.
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