Bat printing

ornamenting of ceramics by means of an adhesive substance, as linseed oil, transferred onto the ceramic surface from a sheet of glue or gelatin, dusted with color, and fired.
Historical Examples

bat printing succeeded the printing from engraved or etched plates.
The Collector’s Handbook to Keramics of the Renaissance and Modern Periods William Chaffers


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