Monday, August 26, 2013

Ice Cream Dishes



Yes, you may ask, there was a fourth one.  It didn't get into the bisque kiln before being damaged while waiting for several weeks, being moved about as other students brought their wares in and put them on same shelf...so it cracked where it was joined at the base.  I'm pretty sure it wasn't a structural crack, just accidental bump as it waited to fire, when it was in it's most fragile bone dry condition.  Anyway, I tried gluing it together and then glazing it, and it stayed together, but isn't such that I could sell it...the crack still shows where the glue was.

These dishes are so pretty, but mean throwing a base separately after they are trimmed, and that's a lot of extra work.

I'm linking to the MudColony blog down under...come see what others are doing...

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    1. Thanks Gary...enjoy your HOT pesto. Me, no peppers at all to my diet.

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  2. These dishes are so pretty Barbara! Love the soft green glaze.

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    1. Thanks. I love them too. But will sell them. After all, sharing pottery is what it's all about.

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  3. Id be very proud to have lovely work like this. Gorgeous glazes :)

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    1. Thanks so much Vicki. Some days the glaze goddess smiles upon me.

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  4. love these pedestal bowls, too bad about the fourth, one of the frustrations I used to have working in group location.

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  5. MMMMM....I'd love to eat ice cream from these. How frustrating about the fourth.

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