verb (used with object), o·ver·glazed, o·ver·glaz·ing.
Origin of overglaze
Examples from the Web for overglaze
To take the overglaze painting; this may be compared to the canvas of the painter which is covered with pigment.
Persons who have burned kilns for overglaze work will find the method of burning pottery very different.The Potter's Craft|Charles F. Binns
Nor did the poudre-bleu jar, triumphantly exhibited by the infatuated owner—a splendid specimen painted on the overglaze.The Business of Life|Robert W. Chambers
In overglaze painted figures the three blue lines will peep from beneath the hem of some garment.
In regard to the overglaze colours used there are some interesting facts.