Meaning of slip-cast in English:

slip-cast

adjective

See slip casting

  • ‘I work in slip-cast porcelain, so the colour of the clay is the final colour.’
  • ‘Now on show at the Lismore Regional Art Gallery, the exhibition features polished, slip-cast porcelain that has been stained in varying shades of blue.’
  • ‘In her midsize pieces incorporating high-relief slip-cast figures in friezes or spiraling compositions, Frey depicted narratives in which embattled figures embody the abuses of power.’
  • ‘He creates vessels, tiles, plates, and figurative sculpture using a variety of techniques; some pieces are wheel thrown, others slip-cast, carved, or handbuilt.’