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  1. Cheers! I thank you very much if anyone can consult. I don't know why in the black or red ceramic paste (which I have high temperature), my faldespatico base enamels do not cover this clay. The enamels come out with bubbles.., although in white clay they work well for me. I understand that black clays contain ox iron and manganese..
  2. From the album: Curt

    bubbles on the bottom of a commercial dinner plate whiteware. bubbles are smaller and somewhat more dispersed, but still visible as small spheres. 200x magnified.
  3. From the album: Curt

    spherical bubbles in a transparent glaze fired cone 10 oxidation. dark blemish on otherwise white porcelain gives some additional contrast to show bubbles. 200x magnification.
  4. From the album: Curt

    spherical bubbles entrained in a transparent glaze fired on porcelain in reduction cone 10. The eight white lights visible in the centers of the bubbles are from the 8 LEDs which the USB microscope uses to light up the subject matter under inspection. 200x magnification
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