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  1. Hi all! First off, my apologies if this is in the wrong section. I'm new to Celadons (are all transparent glazes Celadon?). I have yet to have a piece where the celadon is a uniform consistency, even on the flat areas (I'm aware that it should be darker for contrast in carving, etc.). Either drips show up or there is a slight unevenness. Is this just something you have to deal with in using these glazes or am I missing something in application? Some of the glazes I'm using are bought, one (Ms. Selsor's faux celadon )was mixed by me. Any help is appreciated!
  2. I have recently fired a cone 6 faux celadon glaze and ended up with crackle on some pieces and tiny bubbles which have produced a cloudy appearance on others. Can anyone say why I may have gotten two different results in the same firing. Here is the recipe if that will help... Birk's Turquoise Custer feldspar 58 Cal. carb. 17 Silica 14 OM4 (ball clay) 6 Zinc oxide 5 Copper carb. 1 Thank you! :)
  3. From the album: Curves and Crisp Edges

    Slab construction, stoneware with a crackle celadon glaze.
  4. From the album: newer work

    Hand pipe with bearded face sculpted on to bowl.
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