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A-Gift Certificates
A2-Sale Equipment
A3-Sale Glazes - 25% Off
A4-Newly Added Products
A5-Clay
A6-Greenware & Bisqueware Menders
B-Raw Materials, Frits & Stains
C-Glazes & Underglazes
D-Lusters & Metallics
E-Enameling & Glass Fusing
F-Kilns & Supplies
Fired-On Images
G-Wheels
H-Studio Equipment
I-Studio and Hand Tools
J-Mold Making & Sculpting
J1-Smooth-On Mold & Casting Materials
J2-Water Glass (Sodium Silicate)
K-Bisque & Tile Accessories
A-Tiles & Specialty Tile Shapes
A1-Specialty Trim Tiles
A2-Decorative Relief Tiles
B-Tile Accessories & Tile Display
C-Iron Tables for Tiles
D-Mayco Bisque
E-Bisque Pet Dishes & Jars
K1-Mosaic Tiles
K2-Rub-On and Brush-On Metallics
K3-Magic Metallics
L-Accessories
M-Books & Videos
Mayco Designer SilkScreens

Bisqueware
BISQUE: Definition: Bisque (noun) refers to ware which has been fired once and has no chemically bonded water left in the clay. Bisque is a true ceramic material, although the clay body has not yet reached maturity. To bisque (verb) is to fire the clay for the first time. Bisque fire (noun) is the first firing and is usually only to between cones 08 and 06 (1720 and 1835 degrees F or 945 and 1005 degrees C). However, sometimes a clay matures at a higher temperature than the glaze that the potter wants to use on the pot. When that is the case the bisque firing may be higher in temperature, with a lower temperature glaze firing. Also Known As: Bisqueware - refers to pots that have been bisqued.
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