Tube Lining, Antiquing & Majolica

Different & Dimensional Pottery Painting


Tube Lining, Antiquing & Majolica - Tuition, Ideas & Inspiration

Training for Ceramic Decorators, Ceramicists, Potters, Clay Cafes, Ceramic Studios and Potteries.

*Various designs:  course content will vary throughout the year and may not match photograph shown above.

This course is not open to consumers/members of the public.


Course Content/Agenda


Delegates will learn three basic ceramic decorating techniques in one day.  Bisque, tools and supplies will be provided.  No previous experience is required.

Tube-lining (also known as slip trailing) involves squeezing a thin line of clay body through a nozzle.   Similar to working with engobes.

Antiquing (also known as distressing) is a decorative art “finish”.  The decoration intentionally looks destroyed or manipulated to look less than perfect resulting in an aged, weathered, rustic or vintage style.

Majolica is a decorating technique where brightly painted designs are applied over a background glaze (typically the background is a matt or satin white).

Want to book?

Please contact a freelance tutor from the list below.  All bookings and administration are managed through the freelance instructor. 

Freelance Tutors:

Fired Art Designs:

Contact: Rachel Byass
Phone: 07970793727