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When pottery is baked 1x you call it Biscuit. The sponge cake can then be glazed to give it color and make it waterproof. In the factory, glaze is applied mechanically to the biscuit, but we still do this old-fashioned by hand. This gives us the opportunity to paint images and names on the biscuit by hand. Glaze is nothing more than a layer of colored or uncolored glass. While painting you can not yet see what the end result will be. The glaze is also immediately absorbed by the raw earthenware, which means that there is not much room for errors and very precise work has to be done. Gloss and bright colors only become visible after baking.

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