Sancai

Chinese term meaning 'three colour', used to describe an effect created on ceramics by using three mineral colours in a glaze, usually yellow, green and brown (sometimes dubbed 'egg-and-spinach').
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sancai

Chinese term meaning 'three colour', used to describe an effect created on ceramics by using three mineral colours in a glaze, usually yellow, green and brown (sometimes dubbed 'egg-and-spinach').
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Sancai

Sancai ({zh|c={{linktext|三|彩}|p={linktext|sān|cǎi}|l=three colours}}) is a type of ceramics using three intermingled colors for decoration. ==Technique== The body of sancai ceramics was made of white clay, coated with a layer of glaze, and fired at a temperature of 800 degrees Celsius. Sancai is a type of lead-glazed pottery: lead oxide was
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Sancai

[town] Sancai (town) (?) is a township-level division in its own right situated in Hainan, China. ...
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