Ceramic bisque is pottery that has been “bisque fired” — or fired once — in preparation for final glazing and firing. Bisque ware is not a mature piece of pottery, but a thrown or hand-built ceramic piece that is now hard, dry, and ready to be decorated with glazes or underglazes
Choose ceramic bisque dinnerware, tiles, medallions, and drinkware such as mugs, growlers, tea cups, and more. Crafters will also find ceramic bisque pieces to paint with acrylic paints and other materials for decorative use. These types of finished accent pieces are not safe for use with food or liquids.