This didn't happen to me, but got me to thinking and looking for an answer. A potter friend found an old piece she made a long time ago and bisque fired but never glazed. Now shes not sure if it's low fire or high fire. I can't imagine a way to figure this out but thought I'd ask if anyone out there knows. At any rate, it would be okay to apply low fire glazes and fire appropriately, correct?
flowerdryMember Since 02 Apr 2011
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I am a hobby potter. Not much on extensive decoration, I concentrate on form and function. I'm starting up a clay program (wheel only for now) at a local non-profit art center. Still work full time, but retiring soon and clay will become a much bigger part of my life.