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LouiseB

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  1. Thank you so much for your replies. I’m in Australia. I didn’t really phrase my question very well. I’m very new to this. I have some pieces made from white earthenware clay and some made from mid-fire porcelain clay. I had them all bisque fired. When I picked them up the eatherware and the porcelain items were all mixed together. I now want to put some under glaze and clear gloss on them and fire them again, but I’m not sure which clear gloss glaze to use. I have purchased one tub of gloss for earthenware and another tub to use on porcelain. Which one should I use? And how should I fire them? Thank you soooo much!
  2. Hello, I’m new to ceramics and have been working with some mid-fire porcelain clay as well as white earthenware clay. I made several hundred small jewellery pieces from both clays and had them bisque fired at a local kiln service. Unfortunately they combined all my work together and now I don’t know which is porcelain and which is white earthenware, soI don’t know which clear glaze to use on which piece. Might anyone be able to give me some advice about what I could do? Are these pieces salvagable or bound for the bin?
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