decorating brush (brush (pottery))

Potter's decorating brush. Small brush made of beech wood and wild boar bristles. Length 145mm, width 20mm.

Used in “jivӑrit� to draw a number of lines inside the vase, and to spread wet colour without overlapping the outline. Today "gӑiţoi" (a thin greengage tree twig, sharpened at the end) is used instead of a gaiţӑ).

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