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Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Cheese trays glazed

Last month I glazed a couple of cheese trays, and showed you my process of decorating them, HERE.

This was my first one, with a muted turquoise glaze combination behind the geraniums. Size is 7-1/2 by 10 inches for the cutting space, 13 inches including the handle.

The second one with the strange shape was glazed in satin white, which looks good (better I think) with the greens and reds.  I kind of like how some of the green glaze faded away where it was thinly applied.  And the flowers are a bit more realistic looking on this one as well.  Not to mention I like having white veins on the leaves compared to the darker green that I usually use.

The white tray is 13 inches to the handle and 12 inches across the widest point.

I started some others, which I'll share later.  The geraniums are going on an entire set I decide which techniques I like best!

1 comment:

  1. It is a great shape and the decoration really enhances it. It would be nice to own and use.


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