Ceramic - Pottery Dictionary

by Susan Mussi



es: CUÑA

Wedge: is a piece of hard material usually in the shape of a three dimensional triangle in which the two principal sides meet at a sharp angle. They are forced between two objects to prevent them from moving. The most common one is made of wood and put between the floor and the bottom of a door to keep it open. In ceramics they can be made to the shapes and sizes required and fired.