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Eucalyptus Carved Platter
 
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Eucalyptus Carved Platter

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That glaze in the sun .... *sigh of happiness* White stoneware, thrown on the pottery wheel, carved in a design of eucalyptus leaves in the wind. Glazed in Mayco's Stoned Denim at ^6 in an electric kiln.


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Taken with Canon Canon EOS 20D

  • 58 mm
  • 1/250
  • f f/10.0
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@TLDinNC That is the break over carving. Love this glaze. Shows any kind of texture, raised or carved.

 

@Joseph F. Thanks! I've found that this glaze needs 4-5 coats for the lovely lighter blue float to really come up. It does bubble sometimes but the risk is worth it for the color.

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It always bubbled on me. I might have fired it to hot though. I dunno, that was back when I didn't know nearly what I know now, which is still very little. Great work though, I bet it sells fast.

 

My friend took one look at it and claimed it as her own. LOL 

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Giselle, are you dipping or brushing?

 

Sorry, somehow I missed all these comments! This is brushed. I've used Stoned Denim dipped but it gives more of a uniform look, a lighter, more solid blue. I love the random streaks of brown mixed in with the blue so even though I just purchased 5 lbs of it I still plan to brush it on. 

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