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gold rim mug



multiple uses for one mug

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Mug inspired in vintage enamelware

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Taken with Canon Canon EOS REBEL T3i

  • 55 mm
  • 1/15
  • f f/5.6
  • ISO 500
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I fired my first piece of glazed ceramics with the red brilliant gold to a cone 018.    It did not shut off until after four hours and my piece was ruined.   What did I do wrong ?   I have orders for several of these pieces.   Help.   The cone looked as if it had barely bent ?

 

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The gold was old and I did shake it and thin a bit with essence but it still went on thick and tried to pool in spots.  I tried to remove the pooling with a clean gold brush but I doubt this would have caused the stilts to melt all the way through the bottom on my  piece?

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Hi Brenda,

Could you provide any details - what clay and glaze(s) did you use, what firing schedules (bisque and glaze), what are the problems ...and some pictures? 

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