Friday, July 20, 2007

I did a glaze firing a few days ago (cone 7). The four pots below are some of the ones I showed at bisqued stage a few posts ago.
Overall height of the teapot is 15". It is only about 4" in depth. The other side has a carved peony and leaves.

The bottle is almost 14" tall. The slip under the glaze is Laguna's Death Valley clay.

This vase is about the same height, almost 14 inches.

The bowl is 15" in diameter. It, like the vase above it, have a base glaze of Touchtone Creme w/volcanic ash spots, and re-dips or pours of Touchtone Red, which turns brownish over this glaze but does feather runs if I hold the temp. long enough.


Swanica explores Japan said...

WOnderful blog and really nice pottery and ceramics. Inventive and creative. I'm also a member of claycraft.
See you,

Kim from Kansas said...

Nice work!

chaetoons said...

Beautiful teapot Ann !!!
One to drool over. Love the delicacy of the handles; the glaze resembles the Chinese glazes and adds to the beauty of the design.