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Cécileanne

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About Cécileanne

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  1. Thanks for the tip! This tile though was only for fire testing the clay.
  2. Thanks for your answer. It is the first time I use a non commercial clay. The sieve was not that fine, but there were quite many of them and more like a flour lump, something that probably agregate during the cooking. My teacher was also surprised and had no idea of what could have happen or what could be the chemical provoking a crack a couple of days after cooking
  3. Hi everyone, I dug some clay in a river a couple of years ago. After sieving it we decided to test it and we cooked a tile in an electric oven around 1000 C for biscuit. it worked very well. we did some low temperature glazing. The first result was fine but a couple of day later the tile cracked by itself. Inside was some white lump. Does anyone have an idea of what is the problem and if it can be fixed? Thanks very much
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