Bisque porcelain, also known as bisque or unglazed porcelain, is a type of porcelain that has been fired once but not glazed. The firing process hardens the porcelain and gives it its characteristic white colour, but the surface is still porous and absorbs liquids. Bisque porcelain can be left unglazed, or it can be painted with pigments or glazes and fired again to create a finished piece.
Bisque porcelain dolls and figurines are a well-known application of the bisque porcelain. They were first introduced in the early 19th century, and quickly became popular for their detailed, realistic features and lifelike expressions. These dolls are characterized by their hollow, unglazed body and smooth surface, bisque dolls are highly collectible.
Bisque porcelain is also often used in the production of decorative items, such as vases, bowls, and figurines, and can also be used to make functional objects, like figurines and small more...
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