Okay, here are the final pieces which I picked up Wednesday, all handmade from grey stoneware, and all stamped with my signature stamp (unless otherwise noted).
one of my handmade stamps. I then added a rim with the little rolled up decorations, to match the swirly pattern. (See this post for a photo of it in progress.) The timing didn't work for me to add a proper foot on it, since it was not dry enough that same session, and the following session it was too dry. So I didn't manage to stamp this piece with my signature stamp. It was glazed in Deep Blue, which was rubbed off with a sponge, and then the inside was sprayed Clear.
this post for in progress photos.) I dipped it in Ash Yellow (inside and out), then Tam's Green, then Deep Blue. It is less refined than many of my pieces, but I like the overall result, and the areas where the glazes seemed to run.
this post, the wax didn't resist very much, so the pattern appears slight and fluid. I think if I used latex, I would have achieved a sharper (although perhaps still somewhat fluid) pattern. Generally it is a pretty good result, but a bit more relaxed than I am used to creating.
I attempted to throw as double-walled, and didn't make it too far. But I still intended to carve the outer wall. But rather than carve through, I just carved the jewel-like shapes into the wall (see this post for photos). They are glazed with Deep Blue and Tenmoku, and then sprayed Clear. I like how the blue "jewels" seem to pop out, and are so shiny.
There is another piece which I can't post yet, since it will be a Christmas gift. But I did want to post a couple of photos for my sister Rose. I finally glazed the remaining pieces from the one drop-in session she attended with me in the summer. I think they turned out pretty good, and especially since this was her first and only attempt at playing with clay.