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I am new first post so I hope I am in the right place. So my mom had a shop for over 25 years she did ceramics and porcelain. She was a master and did wonderful work. She did a lot of lusters and fine metals. She has become blind and I am tasked with Selling her things. I found a Box with 45 bottles of HANOVIA lusters and gold nost unopened in over 15 different colors including white gold mother of pearl gold essence halo gold.... I did some research and came up with very little I got the history of the company was unable to find when it closed other than a forum post from 2007 menti
I got an Olympic propane gas kiln set up for reduction work and it's been an absolutely wild ride, but so far the one thing I havent been able to nail are proper reduced nitrate lusters. Once thing I've been toying with; it has 3 burners coming up through the floor with a considerable amount of space around each, so I'm guessing that's contributing to why I cant replicate the classic sawdust / raku bath effects I'm looking for. I would like to see if I can get there without the reduction bucket because the clay bodies I'm using generally cant deal with the thermal shock. Anyway I'm
Wow... Every now and then you run across a free book worth passing on. This book may have been pointed out before, but I recently found it. The China Painter Instruction Book on Project Gutenberg is not exactly an China painting entry level instructional, it is a very brief booklet, it is old, but it is loaded with material that remains valid to this day. I loved it and and thought that other China painters, Luster and Gold users may find some benefit in reading it. Here is the link for the laptop version. http://www.gutenberg.org/files/48281/48281-h/48281-h.htm If you search for