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Historic pottery receipts

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Old July 4th 03, 01:32 PM
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The Household Cyclopedia of 1881 has a chapter on pottery:


It contains the following headings:

To manufacture English Stoneware, To make Yellow or Queensware, To
manufacture English Porcelain, To make Porcelain, or China, To make
Delftware, To make Chinaware, To make Saxon or Dresden China, Composition
of English China, To Bake Chinaware, To make Tobacco- pipes, To make White
Glaze, Black Glazing, Silicious Glaze without Lead, To make China Glaze
for Printing Blue Frit, To make White Frit, To make Cream-colored Glaze,
To form a Yellow Glaze, To prepare White Glaze, To make a Mixture for
Glaze, To make a Mixture of Glaze for Printing Blue, To make a Shining
Black Glaze, To make a Purple under Glaze, To prepare an Orange Sponge
Dip, To prepare a Brown under Glaze, To prepare a China Glaze, To prepare
a China Glaze for Flotts, To prepare White Enamel, To prepare China Glaze,
To prepare Green Edge Glaze, To prepare Materials for Common Ware, To
prepare Glaze for Green Edge, To prepare Fluxes for Blue Printing, To
Prepare Flux for Black Printing, To prepare Red Flux, To prepare Black for
Printing, To prepare Copper Black, To prepare Red for Printing, To prepare
Umber Black, To prepare Black, To prepare Oil for Black Printing, To Form
a Stone Body, To Form an Egyptian Black Body, Common Glazing for
Earthenware, Transparent Glazing for Earthenware, To Prepare Masticot used
as the Ground of Glazing. Masticot for White Glazing, White Glazing for
Copper Vessels, Very fine White Glazing, Enamel for Earthenware, Yellow
Glazing, Lemon-colored Glazing, Light Yellow Glazing, Gold- colored
Glazing, Green Glazing to be laid on a White Ground. Fine Blue Glazing,
Violet-blue Glazing, Fine Red Glazing, To Prepare Varnish for Pottery
Ware, free from Lead, Varnish for Earthenware, Chinese Mode of Glazing
China, English Glazing for China, To apply, on every kind of Ware, Colors
which produce Herborizations

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