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  1. Someone at the ceramic supply store I've been going to recently mentioned to me that it's possible to do a sort of underpainting with cobalt carbonate mixed with water. (I think...she may have said a different binder, but I'm pretty sure it was water.) I've tried researching it a little and can't seem to find anything on the internet about it or how to do it. Can you paint unfired clay with the cobalt-water mixture before you bisque it? Do you paint it on bisqueware and fire separately before glazing over top? Do you paint it on bisqueware and apply the glaze directly over the top? Would love to know if anyone has tried this and how you did it! Thanks
  2. From the album: Jewels

    Blue and white porcelain pieces as a necklace with matching ring
  3. From the album: newer work

    Another piece with sprayed-on slip and satin white.
  4. GiselleNo5

    MG 3490

    From the album: Slip Cast Dinner and Bakeware

    This is my favorite platter from my set of vintage molds. I cast it in white stoneware and when it was leather hard decorated with slip trailing.

    © Giselle Massey, Giselle No. 5 Handmade 2014

  5. From the album: newer work

    These three porcelain mise en place bowls are glazed with a clear deep blue and oversprayed with an active rutile glaze. I like these because they remind me a little of salt-glazed work.
  6. From the album: pot

    Blue/dark blue bowl made on the pottery wheel
  7. From the album: My nautical stuff

    another view of my nautical teapot. I threw the spout and handle and pieced them together. I got some cracks in the seams of the bottom cut out so I keep this one for decoration.
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