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They do make a  "bisque mend" product:  https://www.dickblick.com/products/amaco-bisque-fix/?clickTracking=true&wmcp=pla&wmcid=items&wmckw=32966-1004&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI5Km7wonb3AIVDNvACh31aAeZEAQYASABEgJyAfD_BwE

I've never tried it myself, but I've heard others have had luck.

Personally, I don't try to fix broken bisqueware, and it usually doesn't come up.  Any damage, my student's projects get, is usually, when they are in the greenware stage.  In those cases, I use "Spooze", or "Magic Water" with a super saturated slip that I make.  

If something is broke during the bisque firing, or before the glaze firing, I just fire them separately, and epoxy them later, or use glaze in the break and allow the pieces to fuse together.  The latter of course only works in certain cases.

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If I have gravity’s help meaning I am not fighting gravity to keep it in place simple glaze works like a charm!!! 

Or epoxy after the firing. 

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