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D. McC: For those who still like it (as I do), this works well:
tk_setPalette background bisque
KBK Even briefer:
The "bisque is beautiful" slogan first appeared on a T-shirt [1 ] in 1995.
GWM bisque is a pottery term for part fired ware. Generally the pot will still be porous after firing to bisque temperature (about 950-1000 deg C) and the reddish/yellow cast of the material is due to remaining Iron impurities in the clay. Bisque is from french, bis cuit - cooked twice (also see Biscuit); the first firing sets the objects shape and any slip decoration; a second firing (possibly to a higher temperature) is used for glaze covering. Glaze is traditionally applied in suspension in water, so a porous pot sucks water in, and attracts an even layer of the glaze solid particles onto the surface ready to be fired.