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These topics on glazes should be separated into three different articles -- and have a disambiguation page to go to each. As it is, you can't travel to other languages (unless for some reason, it's a language that uses the same word for all three of these techniques, as in English).
- Agreed. I've long since prepared to do this for the pottery section. However, without expansion of the cooking definition, I'm afraid that stub page would end up deleted. It would be good to add more substance to all three topics before dividing them up. WBardwin 22:07, 15 May 2005 (UTC)
- Any preferences on the names of the individual articles? Glaze (Ceramic)? Glaze (Cooking)? Another style, maybe? WBardwin 23:20, 25 August 2006 (UTC)
- I agree as well. This article is too messy without disambiguation. --Anthony5429 20:34, 31 December 2005 (UTC)
Moved anon's request for information here for future action. WBardwin 00:16, 28 October 2005 (UTC)
- How about someone fairly knowledgeable about the subject compiling a list of transparent colours that are recommended for glazing right here..
Separation of definition of glazes into different categories
Separation into different categories. Beefy_SAFC 14.50, 27 August 2006
- With reference to other people's comments, which I'm in agreement with, I've separated 'glaze' out into four categories (I've added a new definition of glaze - 'compacted oxide layer glaze' - for which I'll dig out more references when I get time). I'll leave others to add to 'Glaze (cooking technique)' and 'Glaze painting technique' as I don't know enough.'