dessert plate decorating ideas - this would be cool with cocoa powder to decorate a dessert plate

Ceramic Arts Daily – Great Idea for Teachers: A Simple Ceramic Lesson Plan for Slab-Built Plates with Textured and Stenciled Decoration

How to mix pottery glazes

Mixing Pottery Glazes

Detailed instructions and variations for mixing pottery glazes. Measure water, mix in glaze powder, sieve, check density and viscosity.

A subtle turquoise gloss, green-beige where thin, but a  beautiful aqua where thick. Great for textured ware and mixing with other Potter's Choice glazes.

A subtle turquoise gloss, green-beige where thin, but a beautiful aqua where thick. Great for textured ware and mixing with other Potter's Choice glazes.

measuring specific gravity of the glaze

Mixing Pottery Glazes

Detailed instructions and variations for mixing pottery glazes. Measure water, mix in glaze powder, sieve, check density and viscosity.

Ceramic Arts Daily – How to Make Marbled Effects on Pottery Using Colored Clay Slabs

How to Make Marbled Effects on Pottery Using Colored Clay Slabs - Ceramic Arts Network

Goodwyn Hand-Glazed Pottery Vessel Sink - Robin's Egg

Goodwyn Hand-Glazed Pottery Vessel Sink - Robin's Egg

Bring a springtime look to your bathroom with this vessel sink in robin's-egg green. The round ceramic basin is pretty and bright. Simply add a vessel faucet and your bathroom will have a unique look. like the glazing on this

VIDEO: Discover How to "Unbreak" Broken Ceramics – One Kings Lane — Our Style Blog

VIDEO: Discover How to “Unbreak” Broken Ceramics

Repair broken ceramics with gold leaf Unbreak your Breakables: Reimagine Kintsugi

This 100% mixable celadon glaze is a deep, glossy navy that pools and accents textured ware like the ancient glazes it was created to imitate.  Due to the powdered nature of the materials involved with the dry-mix dipping buckets of this product, their respective health information and labels differ from the brushing glazes.

This mixable celadon glaze is a deep, glossy navy that pools and accents textured ware like the ancient glazes it was created to imitate.

Kintsukuroi (n.) (v. phr.) – “to repair with gold”; the art of repairing pottery with gold or silver lacquer and understanding that the piece is more beautiful for having been broken.

Kintsugi: Japanese technique of repairing broken ceramics with gold or silver.

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