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Richard Macatee

American, b. 1963


3.25 x 23 x 23 in. (8.255 x 58.42 x 58.42 cm)
Gift of the Nora Eccles Treadwell Foundation

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  • black
  • gold
  • luster glaze - Thin metallic films that produce an iridescent effect on ceramics or glass. Luster glazes have been used since the 9th century in the Middle East ceramics. Spanish and Italian majolica pottery was produced by a multistep technique in which the metallic glaze was applied over a fired glaze then the ceramic was refired to adhere the two layers. The thin metallic layer is obtained with either reducing salts or a reducing atmosphere. By the 19th century, a single step technique was developed in England that produced an overall luster glaze. Various colors are obtained by the addition of minerals.
  • platters - Large, shallow dishes, usually oval and having a ledge and a well, used for carrying other dishes.
  • rectangles

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