Biscuit refers to porcelain that is high fired without a glaze. Colored enamels are then added directly on the biscuit for a second,
lower-temperature firing. This technique often used to preserve the detail molding of an object, whereas applying an
initial white glaze, common on overglaze porcelain, would 'puddle out' some of the detail.
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