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Post  Ev Wed 24 Aug - 9:11

When looking for something else the term Cold-Painted was used for those decorated pots that have been high fired and not glazed.
For example Salisbury and Harwyn used this method in the 1940's to decorate pottery that was sourced from Ambrico, Rancich, Glen Afton etc.

I have been searching for this term for years!! I knew there would have to be a term that potters understood.

Like this .... and I'm really thrilled !!!!!!!

Finally found the term used for those painted vases! Harwyn18

Finally found the term used for those painted vases! 18_sal10
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