JPH06239679A - Glaze for pottery and pottery - Google Patents

Glaze for pottery and pottery

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Publication number
JPH06239679A
JPH06239679A JP5298393A JP5298393A JPH06239679A JP H06239679 A JPH06239679 A JP H06239679A JP 5298393 A JP5298393 A JP 5298393A JP 5298393 A JP5298393 A JP 5298393A JP H06239679 A JPH06239679 A JP H06239679A
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glaze
pottery
pattern
ceramics
hot
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Takao Ito
喬夫 伊藤
Original Assignee
Marufuji Touen:Kk
有限会社マルフジ陶苑
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PURPOSE:To obtain a glaze for pottery capable of creating novel pattern which has not hitherto existed. CONSTITUTION:A general raw material such as feldspar, pottery stone, limestone, quartzite or kaolin is mixed with incrustation of hot-spring water collected from a hot spring. When a glaze 2 for pottery thus obtained is applied to the surface of pottery 1 and burnt, irregular crack pattern 3 and crystalline spot pattern 4 can be formed on the graze face of the pottery 1. Although mechanism which provides these patterns 3 and 4 is not elucidated yet, it is supposed that natural plural mineral raw materials contained in the incrustation of the hot-spring water are delicately mutually influenced.

Description

【発明の詳細な説明】Detailed Description of the Invention
【0001】[0001]
【産業上の利用分野】本発明は、陶磁器用釉薬及びその
陶磁器用釉薬を使用した陶磁器に関するものである。
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention relates to a glaze for pottery and a pottery using the glaze for pottery.
【0002】[0002]
【従来の技術】従来の陶磁器用釉薬は、長石,陶石,石
灰石,珪石,カオリンなどの原料を定められた比率で配
合してなり、例えば、基本的な染付釉(石灰釉)や透明
釉、失透釉、ニット釉、乳濁釉、結晶釉、貫入釉などの
種類がある。そして陶磁器は、成形した素地の表面に前
記陶磁器用釉薬を施釉して焼成したものである。
2. Description of the Related Art Conventional glazes for ceramics are made by mixing raw materials such as feldspar, porcelain stone, limestone, silica stone, and kaolin in a predetermined ratio. For example, basic dyed glaze (lime glaze) and transparent There are various types such as glaze, devitrified glaze, knit glaze, emulsion glaze, crystal glaze, and penetration glaze. The ceramics are obtained by glazeing the surface of the molded body with the glaze for ceramics and firing.
【0003】[0003]
【発明が解決しようとする課題】陶磁器や陶磁器用釉薬
には長い歴史があり、その種類も多い。しかし、現在で
は斬新な模様の陶磁器の開発が頭打ちの膠着状態にあ
る。そのため、斬新な模様の陶磁器及びそのような模様
が簡単に作り出せる陶磁器用釉薬の開発が切望されてい
た。本発明は、係る点に鑑みなされたもので、その目的
は、従来にない斬新な模様が作り出せる陶磁器用釉薬及
びその陶磁器用釉薬を使った陶磁器を提供することにあ
る。
[Problems to be Solved by the Invention] Ceramics and glazes for ceramics have a long history and many types. However, the development of innovative ceramics is currently at a deadlock. Therefore, it has been earnestly desired to develop a ceramic with a novel pattern and a glaze for a ceramic that can easily produce such a pattern. The present invention has been made in view of the above point, and an object of the present invention is to provide a glaze for ceramics that can create a novel pattern that has not been hitherto, and a ceramic using the glaze for ceramics.
【0004】[0004]
【課題を解決するための手段】上記の目的を達成するた
め本発明は、長石,陶石,石灰石,珪石,カオリンな
ど、一般的な原料に、温泉から採取される湯の華を混合
してなる陶磁器用釉薬を提供する。また、前記陶磁器用
釉薬を施釉して焼成すれば従来にない模様の陶磁器がで
きる。
[Means for Solving the Problems] To achieve the above-mentioned object, the present invention provides a pottery which is prepared by mixing hot water collected from a hot spring with general raw materials such as feldspar, porcelain stone, limestone, silica stone, and kaolin. Provide glaze. In addition, if the glaze for ceramics is glazed and fired, it is possible to obtain a ceramic with a pattern that has never been seen before.
【0005】[0005]
【作用】上記陶磁器用釉薬を陶磁器の表面に施釉して焼
成すると、図1に示したような不規則なひび割れ模様
と、結晶状の模様が陶磁器の表面にできる。このような
模様ができるメカニズムは現在解明されていないが、湯
の華に含まれる天然の複数の鉱物原料が微妙に影響し合
っているものと推測される。
When the above glaze for ceramics is glazed on the surface of the ceramics and fired, an irregular crack pattern and a crystalline pattern as shown in FIG. 1 are formed on the surface of the ceramics. The mechanism of such a pattern is not currently understood, but it is presumed that the natural mineral materials contained in Yunohana are subtly affecting each other.
【0006】[0006]
【実施例】以下に本発明の実施例を図面を参照しつつ説
明する。ベースとなる陶磁器用釉薬は、長石,陶石,石
灰石,珪石,カオリンなどを主原料とする染付釉(石灰
釉)である。この染付釉に、温泉から採取した湯の華を
加え、攪拌混合する。染付釉と湯の華の混合比率は、染
付釉1800CCに対して湯の華約450gである。湯の
華は、予め約700〜800℃で加熱して不純物(有機
物)等を除去しておくのが望ましい。
Embodiments of the present invention will be described below with reference to the drawings. The base glaze for ceramics is a dyed glaze (lime glaze) whose main raw material is feldspar, porcelain stone, limestone, silica stone, kaolin and the like. To the dyed glaze, add the water from the hot spring, stir and mix. The mixing ratio of dyed glaze and hot water is about 450 g of hot water to 1800 CC of dyed glaze. It is desirable to remove impurities (organic substances) and the like by heating the hot water at about 700 to 800 ° C. in advance.
【0007】而して、上記陶磁器用釉薬を使って例えば
湯呑み茶碗を作る場合は、従来の陶磁器製造方法と同じ
要領で、先ず、湯呑み茶碗1の成形品に、内側全面と外
側上半分に陶磁器用釉薬2を施釉する。陶磁器用釉薬2
の性状は、上記のように染付釉に湯の華を混合したこと
により弱く垂れ易くなっているから、湯呑み茶碗1の外
側上半分では少し垂れ気味になる。しかし、湯呑み茶碗
1の底には到達しないから、焼成時に陶磁器用釉薬が匣
鉢に融着してしまう不具合は生じない。なお、湯呑み茶
碗1の外側下半分は、一般的な釉薬や化粧土等で施釉し
ておく。
In the case of making a teacup, for example, using the above-mentioned glaze for ceramics, first, in the same manner as in the conventional ceramics manufacturing method, first, a molded product of the teacup 1 is formed on the entire inner surface and upper half of the outer surface of the ceramic. Apply glaze 2. Glaze for ceramics 2
As described above, since the dyed glaze is mixed with hot water as described above, it becomes weak and easy to hang down. Therefore, the upper half of the outer side of the teacup 1 slightly drops. However, since the bottom of the teacup 1 is not reached, there is no problem that the glaze for ceramics is fused to the bowl during firing. The lower outer half of the teacup 1 is glazed with a general glaze or makeup soil.
【0008】次に、施釉した湯呑み茶碗1を約1000
℃〜1350℃で焼成する。これによって図1,2に示
すように、釉面に白い不規則なひび割れ模様3と、白い
結晶状の斑点模様4ができる。同じく釉面にひび割れ模
様ができる釉薬として貫入釉があるが、この貫入釉のひ
び割れ模様は規則的であって、しかも結晶状の斑点模様
もなく、従って、図1のような模様とは全く異なる。前
記不規則なひび割れ模様3と白い結晶状の斑点模様4が
出来るメカニズムは現在解明されていないが、湯の華に
含まれる複数の鉱物原料が微妙に影響し合っているもの
と推測できる。なお、温泉で採取される湯の華を蛍光X
線定性分析してその成分を調べたところ、カルシウム,
塩素,硫黄,リン,珪素,アルミニウム,マグネシウ
ム,ナトリウム,ストロンチウム等が検出された。
Next, about 1000 glazed teacup 1
Baking at ℃ ~ 1350 ℃. As a result, as shown in FIGS. 1 and 2, a white irregular crack pattern 3 and a white crystalline spot pattern 4 are formed on the glaze surface. Similarly, there is a penetration glaze as a glaze that has a cracked pattern on the glaze surface, but the cracked pattern of this penetration glaze is regular, and there is no crystalline speckled pattern, so it is completely different from the pattern shown in Fig. 1. . The mechanism of forming the irregular crack pattern 3 and the white crystalline spot pattern 4 has not been clarified at present, but it can be inferred that a plurality of mineral raw materials contained in the flower of the hot water subtly affect each other. In addition, the water from the hot spring collected at the hot spring is fluorescent X
When the component was investigated by line qualitative analysis, calcium,
Chlorine, sulfur, phosphorus, silicon, aluminum, magnesium, sodium, strontium, etc. were detected.
【0009】以上本発明の実施例について説明したが、
もちろん本発明は上記実施例に限定されるものではな
い。例えば、染付釉と湯の華の混合比率は特に限定され
たものではなく、焼成後の釉面を意図的にざらつかせる
必要があるのであれば、湯の華の配合比率を高めればよ
い。また、実施例では染付釉に湯の華を混合したが、そ
の他、透明釉、失透釉、ニット釉、乳濁釉、結晶釉、貫
入釉などに湯の華を混合してもよい。また、実施例で
は、本発明の陶磁器用釉薬を湯呑み茶碗1に適用した
が、その他、皿、茶碗、灰皿、急須など、あらゆる陶磁
器に適用することができる。また、実施例では、施釉す
る面を湯呑み茶碗1の外側において上半分に止め、以
て、焼成時における匣鉢との融着を防止するようにした
が、それ以外にも例えば湯呑み茶碗1の底部に撥水剤を
塗布して陶磁器用釉薬の垂れを防止することもできる。
The embodiment of the present invention has been described above.
Of course, the present invention is not limited to the above embodiment. For example, the mixing ratio of the dyed glaze and the water of the hot water is not particularly limited, and if it is necessary to intentionally roughen the glazed surface after firing, the mixing ratio of the water of the hot water may be increased. Further, in the examples, the dyed glaze was mixed with hot water, but in addition, transparent glaze, devitrified glaze, knit glaze, emulsion glaze, crystal glaze, intrusive glaze and the like may be mixed. In addition, although the glaze for ceramics of the present invention was applied to the teacup 1 in the examples, it can be applied to any other ceramics such as plates, teacups, ashtrays, and teapots. Further, in the embodiment, the surface to be glazed is stopped in the upper half on the outside of the teacup 1 so as to prevent fusion with the bowl during firing, but in addition to this, for example, the teacup 1 The bottom part can be coated with a water repellent to prevent the glaze for ceramics from dripping.
【0010】[0010]
【発明の効果】以上のように本発明の陶磁器用釉薬及び
陶磁器は、温泉から採取される天然の湯の華を従来一般
的な釉薬に混合することによって、陶磁器の釉面に、従
来にない斬新な模様を簡単且つ確実に作り出すことがで
きる。しかも、湯の華に自然の状態で配合されている複
数の鉱物原料をそのまま利用するため、難しい原料の調
合などが一切必要なく、従って、低コストである、等の
効果がある。
INDUSTRIAL APPLICABILITY As described above, the glaze for pottery and the pottery of the present invention mixes natural hot spring flower collected from a hot spring with a conventional glaze to give the glaze of the pottery a novel and unprecedented feature. The pattern can be created easily and surely. Moreover, since a plurality of mineral raw materials which are naturally mixed in the flower of the hot water are used as they are, there is no need to prepare difficult raw materials at all, and therefore the cost is low.
【図面の簡単な説明】[Brief description of drawings]
【図1】 模様を示す正面図である。FIG. 1 is a front view showing a pattern.
【図2】 陶磁器の斜視図である。FIG. 2 is a perspective view of a china.
【符号の説明】 1…湯呑み茶碗(陶磁器) 2…陶磁器用釉薬[Explanation of code] 1… Tea cup (porcelain) 2… Glazed pottery

Claims (2)

    【特許請求の範囲】[Claims]
  1. 【請求項1】 長石,陶石,石灰石,珪石,カオリンな
    ど、一般的な原料に、温泉から採取される湯の華を混合
    してなることを特徴とする陶磁器用釉薬。
    1. A glaze for porcelain, which is characterized by mixing common raw materials such as feldspar, porcelain stone, limestone, silica stone, and kaolin with the flower of hot water extracted from a hot spring.
  2. 【請求項2】 請求項1記載の陶磁器用釉薬を施釉して
    焼成してなることを特徴とする陶磁器。
    2. A ceramics characterized by being glazed and baked with the glaze for ceramics according to claim 1.
JP5298393A 1993-02-17 1993-02-17 Glaze for pottery and pottery Granted JPH06239679A (en)

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CN107056235A (en) * 2017-05-18 2017-08-18 德化县如瓷生活文化有限公司 Rock ore deposit glaze hole highly-breathable pottery and its manufacture craft
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Cited By (8)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
KR20020076465A (en) * 2001-03-28 2002-10-11 최영기 Pottery glaze using zeolite and manufacturing method the same
CN101973788A (en) * 2010-10-26 2011-02-16 陕西科技大学 Preparation method of phase-separation peacock blue glaze
CN101973789A (en) * 2010-10-26 2011-02-16 陕西科技大学 Preparation method of split-phase blue lily glaze
KR101300357B1 (en) * 2010-11-18 2013-08-28 김복한 Method for Manufacturing of Tortoise Shell Pattern Crack Ceramics
KR101295499B1 (en) * 2011-10-19 2013-08-09 김춘수 Method for manufacturing ceramics
KR101346182B1 (en) * 2013-07-10 2014-01-03 단국대학교 산학협력단 Method for entering the iron wire into ceramics
CN107056235A (en) * 2017-05-18 2017-08-18 德化县如瓷生活文化有限公司 Rock ore deposit glaze hole highly-breathable pottery and its manufacture craft
CN108858707A (en) * 2018-06-30 2018-11-23 佛山科枫文化传播有限公司 A kind of ceramics goods of furniture for display rather than for use Full-auto atomizing glaze spraying device

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