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I'm hoping someone can tell me how this kind of glaze effect is accomplished or if this is glaze , these were advertised as ceramic plugs so i assumed the color on top is glaze and the sides look like bisque, please help, id love to replicate these colors on my pottery, it looks more like glass then glaze. thanks post-19161-0-87538100-1466282181_thumb.jpgpost-19161-0-40884900-1466282191_thumb.jpg

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low-fire bottled crystal glaze??????????

 

are they called "plugs" or is that your name for them?   they resemble drawer pulls for furniture.

yes that is what I had thought maybe too but i use many crystal and gem glazes from duncan and mayco and have never seen anything like this , it looks like there is a lot more depth and the swirls seem almost unatural , and ive searched the internet for other crsytal glazes and i havent found anything with pictures this imprssive, but thank you for your reply, i am going to continue searching for some other crystal glazes 

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I'd love to know what it is too --- I think I've seen similar glaze all over some ceramic items I saw once at Crate & Barrel.  They had it on big charger plates and I just stood there seduced by the depth and color, while trying to figure out not only how they did it, but how they also priced it so low!

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