Chinese Porcelain Ginger Lidded Jar, Warrior Riding Horse Scene.
Chinese Porcelain Ginger Lidded Jar, Crackle Glazed, Handmade and Painted, Warrior Riding Horse Scene, Chop Mark Bottom Of Jar.
Early Earthenware Glazes
These were usually based on lead and tin, which produced an opaque white finish. Early soft-paste porcelain has a colour-less lead glaze, but later soft-paste porcelain had crushed flint or glass added to the glaze.
Lead Glazes - Were used until the 19th century when less dangerous materials were found.
Tin Glaze - Chips easily but provides a white ground that was perfect for colour decoration.
Salt Glaze - Stoneware has an orange peel effect produced by throwing salt into the kiln during firing.
Crackle Glaze, Cracklure or Crazing - Occurs when the ceramic body and the glaze shrink at different rates, as they cool. The crackle glaze is highly desirable on some items, particularly Japanese Satsuma wares.
Item Code - CER10C6CG
Width: 5 1/4" Height: 6" Depth: 5 1/4" Weight: 527 g
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