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Production technology and replication of lead antimonate yellow glass from New Kingdom Egypt and the Roman Empire
Abstract Lead antimonate was used to produce opaque yellow glasses from the beginnings of glass production in the Near East and Egypt around 1500 BC through into the Roman period. The composition andExpand
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Revisiting the beginnings of tin-opacified Islamic glazes
The generally accepted theory is that the demand for Islamic glazed pottery started in Abbasid Iraq in the 9th century AD with the production of a range of glazed wares in response to the import ofExpand
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The use of micro-XRD for the study of glaze color decorations
The compounds responsible for the colors and decorations in glass and glazed ceramics include: coloring agents (transition-metal ions), pigments (micro- and nanoprecipitates of compounds that eitherExpand
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Materials, techniques, and conservation of historic stained glass "Grisailles"
A grisaille is a brown-blackish paint applied onto the inner surface of stained glass to draw the contours and details of the figures and to produce the effect of shades and volumes. Grisailles wereExpand
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Color and dichroism of silver-stained glasses
Yellow decorations in glasses have been produced since the beginning of the fourteenth century by incorporating metallic silver nanoparticles into the glass (from a few to some tens of nanometers).Expand
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Glazes, colourants and decorations in early Islamic glazed ceramics from the Vega of Granada (9th to 12th centuries CE)
This paper presents an analysis of glazes of vessels unearthed in archaeological excavation in the Vega of Granada (south-east Spain) and that can be dated between the 9th and the 12th centuries AD.Expand
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Technology of production of polychrome lustre
Abstract Lustre is a decoration consisting of a few hundreds of nanometres thick surface layer of silver and copper metal nanoparticles incorporated into the glaze. Polychrome lustreware with severalExpand
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Glazes , colorants and decorations in early Islamic glazed ceramics from the Vega of Granada ( 9 th to 12 th centuries AD )
This paper presents an analysis of glazes of vessels unearthed in archaeological excavation in the Vega of Granada (south-east Spain) and that can be dated between the 9 th and the 12 th centuriesExpand
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Technology of production of Syrian lustre (11th to 13th century)
Abstract Lustre is a decoration consisting of a surface layer of silver and copper metal nanoparticles, a few hundreds of nanometres thick and incorporated into the glaze. It shows a colourfulExpand
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Analysis of Syrian lustre pottery (12th–14th centuries AD)
Abstract Lustre is a product of skilled artisans and its production was spread to different regions by the migration of artisans. Each lustre production has its own peculiarities not only in theExpand
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