Underglaze Red, also known as “釉里红” in Chinese, is a decorative technique used in ceramic art. It originated in the Jingdezhen kilns during the Yuan Dynasty. This technique involves applying a pigment containing copper as a coloring agent onto the surface of the unfired ceramic body, following the desired patterns and designs. Afterward, a layer of transparent colorless glaze is applied over the painted surface. The ceramic piece is then fired in a kiln at approximately 1300°C in a reducing atmosphere, allowing the underglaze red decoration to undergo a single firing process.
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