depolishing definition

  • verb:
    • Present participle of depolish.
    • Present participle of depolish.
  • noun:
    • The process of removing the vitreous glaze from porcelain, leaving the dull luster associated with the surface of ivory porcelain.
    • the entire process of the removal of polish or glaze; particularly, in ceramics, an ongoing process wherein the glaze on ware is taken away. Ware aided by the resulting lifeless surface is called ivory porcelain. It corresponds into the deglazing of cup.
    • the entire process of getting rid of the vitreous glaze from porcelain, making the dull luster for the area of ivory porcelain.
    • The process of removing polish or glaze; specifically, in ceramics, a process wherein the glaze on ware is removed. Ware aided by the resulting dull area is called ivory porcelain. It corresponds toward deglazing of cup.

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