Marcia: I gave it the name "coma", because the clay has no memory. 0.18% MGO, 0.31 FE.. ultra white at bisque/maturity.
Coma clay...........If you fired it beyond the point of vitrification ,, you call it "Coma-toast". .......just a thought.
All kidding aside, it looks great.
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