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Mare

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  1. Thank you all for all the lovely advice and I have definitely learned some new things as well, for instance I had no idea idea about the pooling effect which I find is very useful to know. I am a pretty young potter and new to the whole craft and appreciate all the helpful criticisms! I would obviously never sell or give away this mug but keep as maybe a pencil holder or something along those lines and try again. Pottery is nothing but if not learning from your mistakes. And to JhonnyK I used a glaze called Floating Orange by OldForgeCreations and an obscure glaze I found on the internet
  2. I know this might be a silly question but I had never thought about it before it had happened. It was a rookie mistake (I am a rookie myself) but I was trying a new glazing technique and it turned out that my glaze had run thin at some areas and left some exposed clay on the inside of the mug. Though not entirely intended, I do quite like the results and think it looks quite unique. I was just wondering if it is still functional as a mug and food safe or if I should try taking my chances and adding more glaze then re-firing? This was fired at cone 6. It feels smooth to the touch and
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