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THIRD FIRING

This term was originally used to describe a thermal cycle carried out at a maximum temperature of 800°C.

The word third-firing derives from the fact that ceramic pieces had already undergone a first firing cycle of the body and a second cycle to fire the layer of glaze. Originally, only decorations in pottery, crockery items and ceramic tiles were earmarked for third-firing.

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