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Plate Buwayhid

Painted, incised, and glazed earthenware. Dated 10th century, Iran. New York Metropolitan Museum of Art.

español: : Loza, Cerámica de baja temperatura. Son los objetos de arcilla, cuya característica principal es su temperatura de cocción, aproximadamente menor de 1150°C. Se usan las arcillas más comunes, el color resultante puede ser blanco, rojo, gris, negro, amarillento o marrón, dependiendo del color natural de la arcilla y el contenido de los óxido que contiene dicha mezcla.


English: :Earthenware is a common ceramic material, which is used extensively for pottery tableware and decorative objects. Although body formulations vary tremendously between countries, and even between individual makers, a generic composition is 25% ball clay, 28% kaolin, 32% quartz, and 15% feldspar. Earthenware is one of the oldest materials used in pottery. While red earthenware made from red clays is very familiar and recognizable, white and buff colored earthenware clays are also commercially available and commonly used. Earthenware is commonly bisque, or biscuit, fired to temperatures between 1000 and 1150 °C (1800 and 2100 °F), and glost- (glaze-) fired from 950 to 1050 °C (1750 to 1925 °F).

Types of earthenware




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