- a fused or partially fused material used as a basis for glazes or enamels.
- the composition from which artificial soft porcelain is made.
Origin of frit
How to use frit in a sentence
More fritt is then added, which also melts, and from time to time this is repeated, till the pot contains a sufficient quantity.
This is called a fritt; and when it is sent to the mill, any other insoluble material may be added to it if necessary.
It is never necessary to make a fritt for the preparation of matt glazes.The Potter's Craft|Charles F. Binns
British Dictionary definitions for frit
- the basic materials, partially or wholly fused, for making glass, glazes for pottery, enamel, etc
- a glassy substance used in some soft-paste porcelain