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  1. After I gave a sister a vase decorated with hair from her horses, she asked me to make her a similar set of mugs. I've been wondering how I might do this since I'd want the inside, rim and handle of the mugs to be glazed, and the whole thing to be washable (maybe even in the dishwasher!). My google searching turned up only one person selling something along this line, but when I reached out to her, no reply (no surprise). I could imagine constructing a typical mug, glaze-firing the inside, rim and handle, and leaving the remaining exterior unglazed (tho burnished smooth) for later reheating to sizzle-decorate with the horsehair. But would those decorations be too fragile for kitchen use? Should they be sealed and how, so the thing could be washed? I'm guessing there might be better ways to accomplish this than what I have imagined! Thanks!
  2. From the album: Cham Solo's Pieces

    This is the bottom view, again with my signature.
  3. From the album: Cham Solo's Pieces

    This is just a different angle of the same piece.
  4. From the album: Cham Solo's Pieces

    Last but not least, this is my smallest Raku piece and belongs with the previous Raku piece as a set.
  5. From the album: Cham Solo's Pieces

    This is the bottom view showing my signature, and the last pic of this piece.
  6. From the album: Cham Solo's Pieces

    This is one of two Raku pots I made that are kind of a set. This is the larger of the two. I only call them a set because they are similar in size and shape.
  7. From the album: Cham Solo's Pieces

    This is just the bottom view of my biggest Raku piece.
  8. From the album: Cham Solo's Pieces

    This was the last Raku piece I made and I don't know if I'll make any more in the future, mainly because Raku is very gritty and no so easy to work with.
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