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I have two earthenware pieces were glazed and fired but they didn't come out to my liking. I'm not working with any more low fire clay but have a load of cone 5/6 pieces ready for bisque firing. Can I reglaze my two low fire, earthenware pieces and put them in the same load with my bisque ware and fire to cone 05? I'm not sure if the speed (slow) and the burnout of organic matter in the bisque firing process will affect the glaze on my two pieces.
Hi all, Standing in a thrift shop staring at a pile of white hotel/commercial tableware and thinking of Duchamp. Makers marks showed predominantly porcelain from England, Australia, Japan, German, India, some European, a squillion Chinese.....and some completely unbranded ones amoung the makes. Some 'new' bonechina (Chinese or Thai I would think) and a smattering of earthenware. Usually in industry bonechina is high bisque/ low glaze fired, porcelain high fired and earthenware low fired....but are they??? Bought 6 dinnerplates reglazed 2 in a commercial e/w glaze as the first test pieces, fired to ^03, opened the kiln this morning........and found they were truly ghastly!! Has anyone tried this 'ready mades' approach before and could give me their expert success tips before I deface the other 4 'victims'? ta, Irene