Decorated in underglaze blue, rough chevron ornament below the rim on the interior.
The second great period, the Modern Renaissance (underglaze decoration), practically commenced in 1885.
From these premises the principle of underglaze painting was accepted, and has been since followed so successfully.
As early as 1776 the name of Baer appears as a painter in colours, as opposed to the painters in underglaze blue.
Metallic oxides are used to stain or color clear glazes, while underglaze colors are ordinarily used for matts.
The blue that he invented is perfect, and is to be found on the early specimens of underglaze painted porcelain for domestic use.
Lessore painted in underglaze colours in a delicate sketchy style figure-subjects, mostly adapted from old engravings.
The underglaze blue, employed at the old royal factory by Mller, was familiar from early Meissen days.
The underglaze pigment is thinly painted upon the fired "biscuit," or unglazed ware.
Happily, in contemplating the underglaze productions of Copenhagen, there is an extended period which may be passed in review.