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  • Raman identification of the different glazing technologies

    Sep 27, 2021 · These spectra are similar to those recorded from Meissen and other hard-paste European porcelain glazes and are characteristic of a high-temperature fired glazed porcelain. 17,18,21 The estimate of the polymerization index from the ratio of the area of the bands of the SiO 4 bending modes compared to that of stretching modes according to

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  • Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports | Vol 21, Pages

    Provenance identification of the high-fired glazed wares excavated from the Late Jin Dynasty (Dong Xia State) sites in Russia's Primorye Region Weidong Li, Xiaoke Lu, Irina S. …

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  • Provenance identification of the high-fired glazed wares

    2. Description and classification of the excavated ceramic samples

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  • Irina ZHUSHCHIKHOVSKAYA | Senior Researcher | Doctor of

    Provenance identification of the high-fired glazed wares excavated from the Late Jin Dynasty (Dong Xia State) sites in Russia's Primorye Region Article Full-text available

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  • A Field Guide to Glazed Thai Ceramics - JSTOR

    secure provenance are used for identification (Table 1). Using this guide, identifica- The body of glazed Thai ceramics is a high-fired stoneware that always contains a high iron oxide content. The iron appears as flecks, Tinges of red on a gray base are common on wares fired in a reducing atmosphere. They occur when the exposed parts

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  • A COMPOSITIONAL STUDY OF A SELECTION OF SONG …

    History in Chicago on a selection of high-fired ceramics from the shipwreck, including qingbai (light whitish-blue glazed), green-glazed, and painted wares. This project was undertaken in order to assess correlations between style and material and to begin to identify potential kiln sites where the pieces were manufactured. By doing so,

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  • A LARGE HIGH-FIRED GLAZED WHITE WARE CUP

    Pottery - Drying, turning, and firing | Britannica

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  • A Rare Large High-Fired Early White Ware Cup

    A Rare Large High-Fired Early White Ware Cup Sui/early Tang dynasty, 6th-7th century The deep thinly potted sides flaring slightly towards the rim, covered inside and out with a finely crackled transparent glaze stopping short of the splayed solid foot with beveled edge to expose the fine white ware 4 7/8in. (12.9cm.) diam. Falk Collection no. 38.

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  • CAMBODIAN CERAMICS – Southeast Asian Ceramic Society

    This glaze is commonly found on the wasters of Phnom Kulen, and refers to "all yellowish-to-greenish-glazed Khmer ceramics, whatever their provenance, as opposed to the 'dark-glazed' wares which also show a broad range of (often mottled) shades between brown, black, and olive" [Brown 1988:43].

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  • | Theory

    37. dating fired-clay ceramics using long-term power law rehydroxylation kinetics 38. high-tech and ancient ceramics authentication – basic principles, theory and application of chemical composition analysis 39. provenance relationship between ancient ru porcelain glazes from qingliangsi kiln and ancient porcelain glazes from zhanggongxiang

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  • Raman identification of the different glazing technologies

    Sep 27, 2021 · These spectra are similar to those recorded from Meissen and other hard-paste European porcelain glazes and are characteristic of a high-temperature fired glazed porcelain. 17,18,21 The estimate of the polymerization index from the ratio of the area of the bands of the SiO 4 bending modes compared to that of stretching modes according to

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  • (PDF) Glazes in China

    Provenance identification of the high-fired glazed wares excavated from the Late Jin Dynasty (Dong Xia State) sites in Russia's Primorye Region Article Full-text available

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  • Optimal Elemental Characterization of Historical High

    Aug 06, 2021 · Porcelain wares containing calcined bone ash and gypsum in their pastes were some of the most commercially successful high-fired wares produced in Britain and America during the third quarter of the 18th century. They were produced by the two earliest porcelain manufactories in America (the Bartlam and the Bonnin & Morris factories) and by several British manufactories, including the …

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  • Provenance study of Chinese proto-celadon in Western Han

    Aug 01, 2013 · Provenance of Chinese proto-celadon during Shang-Zhou Period has been studied by a lot of scholars. There were two distinct opinions: some scholars claimed that all proto-celadon wares excavated in Northern China were manufactured in Southern China while others believed that both Southern and Northern did produce proto-celadon wares in the same period.

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  • Chinese Blue and White Research Papers - Academia.edu

    Until now this view has been reinforced by the lack of any Chinese Tang dynasty blue and white sherds (whether low fired or high-fired) having been found in the region – unlike the masses of green-on-white glazed Chinese wares excavated at sites such as Samarra and Siraf, and which are widely regarded as having had a strong impact on the

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  • A Field Guide to Glazed Thai Ceramics

    secure provenance are used for identification (Table 1). The body of glazed Thai ceramics is a high-fired stoneware that always contains a high iron oxide content. The iron appears as flecks, Tinges of red on a gray base are common on wares fired in a reducing atmosphere. They occur when the exposed parts reoxidize during cooling.

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  • Komatsu 20Y-54-51522 Excavator Upper Windshield Cab Glass

    Tempered Safety Glass Green Tint DOT Certified Each piece of glass individually boxed Dimensions: 5 mm Thick, 1012 mm Wide, 830 mm Height Fits Komatsu Excavator Models PC200-7, PC400-7, PC220LC-7, PC300-7, PC210-7K, PC220-7, PC360-7, PC200LC-7, PC270-7, PC400LC-7, PC300LC-7, PW160-7K, PW200-7K, PC130-7, PC350-7, PC750-7, PW180-7K, PW220-7K, PC130-7K, PC400-7E0, PC600LC-7, …

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  • A Field Guide to Glazed Thai Ceramics - JSTOR

    secure provenance are used for identification (Table 1). Using this guide, identifica- The body of glazed Thai ceramics is a high-fired stoneware that always contains a high iron oxide content. The iron appears as flecks, Tinges of red on a gray base are common on wares fired in a reducing atmosphere. They occur when the exposed parts

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  • Neutron activation analysis of bulk samples from Chinese

    Apr 30, 2013 · Neutron activation analysis (NAA) is an important technique to determine the provenance of ancient ceramics. The most common technique used for preparing ancient samples for NAA is to grind them into a powder and then encapsulate them before neutron irradiation. Unfortunately, ceramic materials are typically very hard making it a challenge to grind them into a powder. In this study we …

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  • Islamic Ceramics from al-Balîd (Oman) - Fondation Max van

    They are glazed wares (Yemeni Yellow, Tihama, turquoise monochrome, turquoise and yellow bichrome wares, Haysi coffee cups and pipes, possibly some underglaze painted bowls) but there are also unglazed vessels (some shows close resemblance with pots, jars, and jugs from the Zabid area, Ciuk Keall 1996: pl. 95/12, 14,17, 41) (Fig. 9).

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