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  1. From the album: RV gallery

    © RV Ceramics

  2. From the album: Phillip Schmidt Pottery

    example of a handle
  3. From the album: Nicolesy Ceramics

    © © Nicole S. Young

  4. From the album: Mug inspired in vintage enamelware

    it also works as a vase!
  5. From the album: All Stuff

    2013 Mugs Back Row: Mum, Sunshine Red, Underfired; Ron A, Crystalline Blue, Underfired?; Ray, Topaz; Dad, Fiord Blue, Tricia, Chun Plum; Steve W, Fiord Blue; Grand-Ed, Topaz;Colin, Sea Magic, Overfired; Josh, Transparent Green, Miss-Ed, Topaz under Sea Magic; Dad, True Celadon. Centre: Tea-spoon holder (my first successful-ish throwing), Rustic Copper Front Row: Barry, Green Magnetite; Sara, Chun Plum; Bob, Iron Red/white mix with transparent over ; John, Green Magnetite; Emma, Sunshine Red.
  6. From the album: Hope House International Fundraiser

    Stoneware mugs, approximately 5" tall with the Hope House International logo stamped into a house shaped slab-add-on.
  7. From the album: Hope House International Fundraiser

    Stoneware mugs, approximately 5" tall with the Hope House International logo stamped into a house shaped slab-add-on. These are stained then dip glazed into Woo's Blue and Honey Lustre, fired to Cone 10 reduction.
  8. From the album: Hope House International Fundraiser

    Stoneware mugs, approximately 5" tall with the Hope House International logo stamped into a house shaped slab-add-on. These are stained then dip glazed into Honey Lustre and St. John's Black, fired to Cone 10 reduction.
  9. From the album: Hope House International Fundraiser

    Stoneware mugs, approximately 5" tall with the Hope House International logo stamped into a house shaped slab-add-on. These are stained then dip glazed into Ohata Kaki and Mac Celedon, fired to Cone 10 reduction.
  10. From the album: What I am up to

    Same stuff diferent view.
  11. From the album: What I am up to

    Side view of the mug and bowls after the glaze has been applied. Now just a little cone six firing away from the finished product.
  12. From the album: What I am up to

    So they are all trimmed and what not. Now it is a waiting game until they are bone dry and ready to bisque.
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