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A method of applying a print to a ceramic surface, used mainly in the late 18th century. An engraved copper plate is inked with ceramic colour, a print is taken on to a flexible bat of soft glue or gelatine and then pressed on to the surface of the object to be decorated, resulting in a particularly soft effect.

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