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  1. Hello I used a series of 4 glazes layered on a recent set of plates. Every single one of them has crawled, especially on one particular colour which I’m guessing is the thicker application when layered? My question is, can I reglaze and refire them, perhaps to a lower temperature? They’ve been fired to cone 7 (electric), and it’s a Valentine’s Delta stoneware. I’ve refired plates before and they’ve broken right down the centre. I’ve seen people on here say they’ve had success with refiring and wondering if there’s a recommended technique. Attached a couple of photos of th
  2. I am a beginning potter and as a result, my creations often get ahead of my experience, especially where glaze is concerned. This past week, I made a tile and on it I placed a tree I formed from twisted pieces of clay. I was very pleased with it until I realized that I had no idea how to glaze it. After much consideration, I decided to glaze the tree with a dark color, rub off most of it (with dark glaze staying in the creases), and then glaze all of it (tree and background) the same lighter color. However, in the future, were I to want to glaze the sky and tree in two different colors,
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