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Thursday, July 29, 2010

and then....



(Penny and pottery by Gary Rith)
You can guess who modeled for this teaset, eh wot? Penny gets hot and camps out under the table.
Below you see this turquoise glaze I have been working on this week. I fired a couple of mugs in the baby kiln to try it out and its AWESOME. It is a combination of my Spike spring green glaze and my jade combo glaze. Each of those is the result of mixing 2 glazes. So, if you do the math, this turquoise is the combined mix of 4 different glaze recipes! Yummy!

9 comments:

TechnoBabe said...

The little sample you showed the other day I thought would make a great soap dish because it has the ridges. This tea pot is so darn cute.

Nicki said...

I love the green!!

Reverend Awesome said...

That tourquise is SOOOOO pretty!
It's like your a scientist sort of. With your glaze combos.

Both Sides of Ben Marlan said...

I can hear the teapot howling!

Pauline said...

Great beagle teapot set, and that glaze is awesome!

Pauline said...

Great beagle teapot set, and that glaze is awesome!

Pauline said...

Great beagle teapot set, and that glaze is awesome!

Michèle Hastings said...

"double like" the turquoise... and it's gonna sell like hot cakes!

k.a. barnes said...

Might need those cups to go with the teapot...
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I am a part-time pottery instructor at Cornell University Pot Shop and a full-time studio potter and sculptor, married to superhawt Missus Tastycake.