In pot-metal the stain (if it may be so called) is in the glass, this is upon it.
In comparison with it pot-metal yellow is brownish or brassy.
The effect of the work is obtained by the contrast of the rich colours of the pot-metal with the pearly tones of the clear glass.
The vault is usually stained, less often glazed in pot-metal.
There he sat, stiff, and formal as a bronze statue of some renowned military chieftain, on a pot-metal war steed.
Woe to the Knight who was unhorsed with all this pot-metal on him.
Once for all, “pot-metal” is glass in which the colour is in the glass and not painted upon it.
The pieces that are yellow all over may, I think, be assumed to be pot-metal.
At Wells there occur little figures of saints in pot-metal colour, planted upon the white foliated filling of the tracery lights.
The colour was in the glass itself, permeating the mass (“pot-metal”).