Bisque

Bisque (ceramic):
(From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) Bisque is unglazed, white ceramic ware. A popular use for bisque porcelain was the manufacture of bisque dolls in the 19th century. Bisque also refers to ceramic that has been fired but not yet glazed.
The porous nature of bisque earthenware means that it readily absorbs water. The temperature of bisque firing is usually at least 1000C, although higher temperatures are common. The firing of the ware that results in the bisque article causes permanent chemical and physical changes to occur. These result in a much harder and more resilient article which can still be porous, and this can ease the application of glazes.

We have a large selection of fired pieces that are ready for you to paint, glaze, and antique.


 

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Our inventory of over 4,000, molds allows us to pour individual pieces, or sets and to provide hard to come by pieces.

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Alligators
Alphabet
Angels
Animal Planters
Bear
Bird Baths
Birdhouses
Birds
 
 
Bunny Babies
Butterflies
Cats
Chicks
Crocodile
Dear
Dogs
Doll
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Dragonflies
Ducks
Easter Bunnies
Eggs
Elves
Feet Planter
Fish
Frogs
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Ghost
Heart
Hen
Horses
Jack O antern
Kissing Dutch Couple
Lady  Bugs
Lamps
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Mermaids
Mr. Claus
Mrs. Claus
Mushrooms
Piglets
Pigs
Pumpkins
Rooster
 
 
Skunk
Snails
Snow People
Snowmen
Sun Babies
Swans
Troll
Turkey
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Turtle
Wagons
Wall Signs
Watering Can
Witches
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