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Sofia Jacky

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  1. Neil, I`m firing the bisque at 950º C (cone 08) and the glaze at 1040ºC (cone 05)
  2. Thank you Bob! Here I send the photos! Babs, yes my pots were bisque before glazing and firing.
  3. Thank you for your answers! Actually Bob, I`m newbie and I don`t have a kiln so I send the pieces to someone else kiln. I want to make pieces to cook in so it`s very important the finish. As Benzine describes I realize I have two problems, not one, but two...... One of them is that in some cases the glaze gets crazing, then as the piece is used the cracks stained. The other problem and the biggest one is that once the pieces have been fired and cooled the glaze pops off. Fortunately, it doesn`t happen all the time, but when it does it´s a disaster... I send you some pics of my pieces so you could understand better because my English is not very good...
  4. Hello everyone, I wanted to ask why the glaze might break after cooking the piece when it`s cooling off. Thank you very much. Sofía Jacky
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