pte sur pte or painting in relief colours is another process that has many attractive features.
It is commonly sold under the name of honey paste, pte royale, &c.
It melts at a lower heat, and, while very delicate and beautiful, it is not so enduring as the pte dure.
The last two are commonly sold for marshmallow paste (pte de guimauve).
It became slate-coloured or bluish-brown faience, with pte as fine as pipe-clay, but very hard.
The pte of this faience was of the finest description, and the technique in every respect faultless.
The mast in the croustade must be made of pte doffice (see plate containing the designs for croustades).
They are the soft paste of the same nature as the pte tendre of contemporary Svres.
He began life as a medical practitioner, but made a fortune by exploiting a certain pte Regnault and took to political journalism.
European porcelains are known as hard and soft, the pte dure and pte tendre of the French.