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  1. I have been experimenting with gold lustre over the past six months - simply applying it over a stoneware clear glaze. I accidentally applied it to an unglazed surface on one of my pieces but I really ended up enjoying the satin finish of the gold. I tried to replicate this finish but the gold flaked! I mean...I know all gold lustre instructions say to apply to a glazed body, but I figured it looked so good on my accident then perhaps I could replicate it, right? Wrong! I am looking for either a satin or matte clear glaze to apply onto a porcelain body so that the lustre can be have more of a satin or matte finish. This is for jewellery pieces, so I have some carving and slip detail added to the pendants, so ideally I don't want the glaze to hide the carving or slip trailing detail. It would be even better if this glaze could go in with my other pieces which I fire to 1260c, but not essential. - Ash
  2. Hello! I've decided to start using flamware clay to make cooking pots and I'm wondering if anyone has any experience or knowledge to share. I worked with an artist for several months who works with flameware so I know a fair amount, however my knowledge is limited to her techniques and glaze recipes. The artist I worked with soda fires her work to cone 11. Has anyone tried firing flameware in a wood kiln? Thanks!
  3. From the album: Hope House International Fundraiser

    Stoneware mugs, approximately 5" tall with the Hope House International logo stamped into a house shaped slab-add-on.
  4. From the album: Hope House International Fundraiser

    Stoneware mugs, approximately 5" tall with the Hope House International logo stamped into a house shaped slab-add-on. These are stained then dip glazed into Woo's Blue and Honey Lustre, fired to Cone 10 reduction.
  5. From the album: Hope House International Fundraiser

    Stoneware mugs, approximately 5" tall with the Hope House International logo stamped into a house shaped slab-add-on. These are stained then dip glazed into Honey Lustre and St. John's Black, fired to Cone 10 reduction.
  6. From the album: Hope House International Fundraiser

    Stoneware mugs, approximately 5" tall with the Hope House International logo stamped into a house shaped slab-add-on. These are stained then dip glazed into Ohata Kaki and Mac Celedon, fired to Cone 10 reduction.
  7. From the album: Hope House International Fundraiser

    Wheel-thrown, stoneware containers, approximately 12"-14" tall with the Hope House International logo stamped into the slab built handle on the lid. High-fired, Cone 10 with stain and Woo's Blue sprayed on exterior. Interior is glazed with Ohata Kaki.
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