One at a time :
these pierced and carved pieces for raku instead. Anyhow, this one has a double rim which I then pinched, to create a pleasing result. It is trimmed and stamped, and glazed in Deep Blue on the rim, Amber Celadon on the outside, and then sprayed Clear inside and outside. The colour is a bit more vibrant than what appears in the photos.
weisen cups (see this previous post), but then I decided to try the "medieval" base which our instructor demonstrated. It turned out pretty nicely, so I decided to undulate the rim to match the foot. It also has a sprig of the yellow clay added. Love this rich iron oxide. Almost looks like rust.
Here are a few more angles on this little beauty :
According to my notes, there are 4 more items to be picked up from the next glaze firing, at next opportunity, which should be this weekend. I also have another 5 pieces which I set aside for soda or raku or other reasons. So I was very busy and productive this term! I'll have to start building more shelves. :-)