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  1. Thank you all for your suggestions!! I now see a shimmer of hope. I'll give it a try and report back whether my pot survives.... I always tossed away pots that are damaged from trimming, but poured too much love and effort into this one....don't want to give it up yet
  2. I made a small hole in my pot when trimming. The pot is bone dry now. Can I wet the surroundings of the hole and mend it with clay of similar dampness. What is the correct process? Is it possible to revive it? It's a rather tall vessel joined together by several pots and I've spent lots of time on it. I really hope to save the pot if possible. Clay is terra cotta Many thanks in advance!!
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