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  1. Hello, Does anyone have any tips or suggestions for the best way to remove a sculpture that has become stuck to a clay bodied base. The base was sacrificial and intended to stop any surplus glaze from getting onto the kiln shelf. It worked but I'm now faced with the predicament of removing it from something else without damaging the sculpture. Images attached in case I'm being unclear. Thanks in advance for any advice! Carl
  2. LeeU

    Narrow Tray

    From the album: LeeU 3-16 Smalls

    Shallow tray from mold, runny crystalline glaze, white stoneware
  3. LeeU

    Incense Cone Holder

    From the album: LeeU 3-16 Smalls

    Holder for cone incense.
  4. Hi everyone, Mayco makes a clear "Pottery Cascade" which allows commercial glazes to melt and run together at low cone temps. I would like to create this on my own but am not sure which ingredients would produce the best result. Can anyone suggest a recipe? Thanks.
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