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Judith B

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  1. From the album: Winter 2014 - 2015

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  2. From the album: Winter 2014 - 2015

    © © Judith B. Ceramics

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    Bowls

    From the album: Winter 2014 - 2015

    © © Judith B. Ceramics

  4. From the album: Winter 2014 - 2015

    © © Judith B. Ceramics

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    Cups

    From the album: 2013 - 2014

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    Plates

    From the album: 2013 - 2014

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    Pitchers

    From the album: 2013 - 2014

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    Bowls

    From the album: 2013 - 2014

    © © Judith B. Ceramics

  9. From the album: 2013 - 2014

    © © Judith B. Ceramics

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    Bowls

    From the album: 2013 - 2014

    © © Judith B. Ceramics

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    Tea Cups

    From the album: 2013 - 2014

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    Tumblers

    From the album: 2013 - 2014

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  13. From the album: 2013 - 2014

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    Bowl

    From the album: 2013 - 2014

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    Bud Vases

    From the album: 2013 - 2014

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  16. Oh I see, now that make sense! Yeah I guess the people complaining are not really educated about how ceramics and everything works. Thank you all for your insight, now I can see that many of you do not bother about that! Oldlady, you're absolutely right, you can't always change everything for that one customer!
  17. Yes, that's what we've been doing until now but since people were complaining about the unglazed area, we were looking for another solution. I guess handbuilding is not the correct one since it seems that we need to have a foot, which totally makes sens technically
  18. yes, I was asking cause I have a friend who's a potter and people complain about plates not being glazed on the bottom. They say it doesn't feel nice, even though she uses smooth porcelain that she sands after the firing. I find it super smooth but some people disagree. Mark, that would be a dinner plate size. Chris, if you leave the bottom unglazed, I'm not sure I understand why you need to fire it twice? I feel that handbuilding plates is more efficient than throwing them but then if we have to add a foot, we're wasting quite a bit of time and then I don't know if it's still worth i
  19. Hello everyone I've searched through the forum but didn't find the answer to my question: If I want to make handbuild plates (so they wouldn't have any foot) and then want to glaze them top and bottom, can I use any kind of stilt to prevent the plate from wrapping? The plates would be made with stoneware fired between cone 8 and 10. I red about plate setters but that means the plate can't be glazed underneath, right? Is there any way to support the plate even though it's glazed? I know for low fire we can use metallic stilts but I wonder if they would wrap at such high temperatures. A
  20. So, Underglazes do contain some clay? I wasn't sure. I know how to use udnerglazes and glazes but I was wondering about the difference in composition. Thank you for all your answers
  21. So, this is a very trivial question but I can't find a proper answer anywhere. What is the difference between an underglaze and a glaze? From what I read online, it seems that it is pretty similar, only a small variation of some chemicals. But which ones? I understand that slips are made of clay and stains but I can't quite figure it out for underglazes and glazes. Where I work, we have underglazes and glazes and sometimes people ask the difference... And I always feel very stupid ^^. I know that we have to glaze the underglazes but it technically doesn't make much sense to me
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    The shape is beautiful. And the colours too!
  23. Is the background made with decals too? Or is this brushed slip? I love the overlapping layers of colours!
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