Ceramic - Pottery Dictionary

by Susan Mussi


ca: POTS


Jars can be made of glass, earthenware and plastic, are usually cylindrical with a broad mouth, can be with or without a lid and are used to hold everything, brushes, colors, water and powders, flowers, etc. A jar and a vase are the same except a jar can have a lid and is used for packable purposes and a vase is more elegant and decorative.

The following are connected to jars an pots.
This the first group is on decorating jars and all the different sections, some have more than one, are conected in the order of working, right through the dictionary. The following is the first: Bisque Sounding plates, jars and lids

Read more about jars: Brushes cleaning, / Jars for storing colors as powder, liquid and to use / Jars with water for cleaning brushes / Pots with colors to use / Flowerpot