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Masha7

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  1. A black pot would have been fine with my people, with a little incised decoration. I'm going to check up on it!
  2. My family were Brethren in Russia, but so far as I know, only used plain, unglazed earthenware. They were terribly strict. But now I'm intrigued and I'll be checking up on this. I'll let you know if I find anything interesting. I know they traded with both Russians and Romanians (and Rom), whose traditions in ceramics were very different.
  3. What an amazing coincidence!! So cool....
  4. I've been like this since I was a little kid, but it's only recently that I decided to try to make something beautiful, rather than just ogle and collect! My DH is the same. Past lives, early experiences, I dunno, but it's been there since the beginning. On my grandfather's ranch, I made mud pies as a toddler from the local clay at our creek....
  5. I've used this on dark buff stoneware with 3 thick irregular coats applied with a hog bristle brush, inner surfaces only. Wow! It really pops, the reds are incredible. With a thinner coating, it's a dark espresso with red, ochre and blue in the textured areas. Once I got used to it, I learned to love it. But I never use it on exteriors, it flows sometimes....
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