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  1. I've just taken a glaze firing out of the kiln - 1080oC (cone 04) transparent glaze on (mostly) a white earthenware clay. I can see that 2 pieces were in fact stoneware, which wasn't obvious after the bisque firing as my other pieces were white earthenware. The two stoneware bowls are pinging like mad and I can see the linear glaze cracks going round the bowls. The glaze can be pretty forgiving at higher temperatures and I'm wondering if these pieces might 'work' if refired to the clay's maturity temperature, or will the glaze fit always be a problem?
  2. From the album: 2016

    Made for a friend's 50th birthday. Various 'significant' words & phrases stamped inside and out with different letter styles, highlighted with oxide washes before bisque firing. Dipped in transparent glaze & fired to 1100oC in an electric kiln.
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