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  1. L Plater! I’ve bisque fired stoneware pre-glazed with 06-6 cone underglaze. I’m going to glaze with cone 9 glaze and fire at cone 9. Have i stuffed up using a low cone underglaze or is it ok?
  2. Hi, I hope someone can help me figure this out! I have a lot of unfinished bisqueware that's been sitting around for 10 - 15 years that I'd like to glaze and finish. The clay was mostly purchased from a studio that fires cone 10, and I used to purchase shelf space to fire there. However there could be (albeit not likely) some bisqueware in mid-range clay from a studio that fires electric. I would like to finish in cone 10. Is there some way to identify cone 10 clay bisqueware from possible mid-fire clay bisqueware? I don't think the cone 10 studio would even let me fire there unless it's their clay, with good reason, as mid-fire could melt down. Would they be likely to recognize their own cone 10 clay in its bisque stage? I know it was stupid to let it sit for so long, but I hate to throw all this bisqueware out. Thanks for any advice you can offer. creekgirl
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