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Synonyms for glaze

Synonyms for glaze

a radiant brightness or glow, usually due to light reflected from a smooth surface

to give a gleaming luster to, usually through friction

Synonyms for glaze

any of various thin shiny (savory or sweet) coatings applied to foods

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a glossy finish on a fabric

a coating for ceramics, metal, etc

coat with a glaze

become glassy or take on a glass-like appearance

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furnish with glass

coat with something sweet, such as a hard sugar glaze

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One advantage of comparing 100 percent batch weight glazes is the ability to draw some conclusions.
Most manufacturers are now creating more low-fire and mid-range glazes for electric kilns that simulate the effect of a higher-fire, gas-reduction firing.
However, be aware that sugar in glazes (or in jams and sauces used in them) has a tendency to burn.
After glazing, you may either fire at a low temperature to set the color and then do a clear, shiny overglaze and fire again (check the directions on your particular clay and glazes to determine firing temperature); or you may overglaze directly over the initial color underglazes.
This study clearly shows the processes involved in producing slip glazes and how they were mixed at different percentages using tri-axial blends before subjecting them to firing.
Spoon some of glaze on top of ham during last hour of baking time and then again 1/2 hour before end of baking.
The glazes have a smooth, unique stone-like surface when fired over a Cone 04 bisque.
It is surprising that most glazes work reasonably well on a clay body in any kiln firing.
Juarez, and virtually everyone else in this village in the western state of Oaxaca, uses lead monoxide to prepare the glazes that give a warm green shade and high shine to its distinctive plates and bowls.
The glazes can also be altered or changed during the process, producing gorgeous glaze effects.
Anyone who collects ash for glazes will know that it takes many logs in a wood stove to produce even a quarter pound of ash so the ash from one leaf is almost nothing and certainly does not seem enough to make such a dynamic image on the inside of a bowl.
SHULAMIT TEIBLUM-MILLAR IS A VETERAN ISRAELI POTTER WHOSE WORK IS characterised by a surface rarely seen: she plays with a combination of two diametrically opposed glazes on her vessels; one crystalline and one volcanic.
Some glazes are very stable and can be fired at different speeds--even to different temperatures--and they still look the same.
Stoneware vessels with black and brown glazes are a staple of many contemporary studio potters; however, this is far from being a modern pot - in fact, it's about 800 years old.
ICI Dulux has introduced gold and silver glazes which, when painted over the original paint, add a festive feel.