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  1. hi, all, Does anyone knows how can i get this glaze result? I am not ceramist but designer trying to find a especific glaze to make a piece in liquid ceramic. I tested some recipes (picked in multiple sites) with a help from a ceramist, but none of the results pleased me. In fact, the results were very different from those presented in pics, as you can imagine. If someone knows how can achieve this result and could help, i will be very grateful. Thank you :)
  2. Long time listener, first time caller here. I love the Turquoise Matte glaze from Coyote, but it isn't food safe. If I used a food safe glaze on the body of the mug could I still use the matte glaze on the handle or should I keep all glaze on the mug food safe?
  3. Hello Good potters, I've just made some stoneware pendants, finished in a dry matte glaze. Are glazes that are not food safe, such as dry matte or those marked with a 'CL' caution label (using commercial glazes) safe to use on jewelry that will be touching the skin? Many thanks--
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