I'm surprised no one mentioned china paints.... If the second piece looks like the detail is on top of the glaze, it is probably china paints. They are applied after the glaze is fired and then refired to about cone 016. Check the directions on the china paints if you try it. Here's a website that sells supplies. http://www.marylandc...g-supplies.html
Try searching on YouTube or Google for China Painting techniques...
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Ceramics, Pottery, Reading, SciFi movies and television, comedy. Love brushstroke glaze and underglaze work as well as piping (similar to slip trailing, but on bisque).