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Some little pinch bowls I made last year and recently fired. They are stoneware, surprisingly, but not fired as high so as to keep the vibrancy. They are all quite dinky. At some point I will list them in my shop. But not in a massive hurry to sell at the moment as I have other stuff on the go. . . . #Pottery #ceramics #UKCeramics #UKPottery #PinchBowls #CeramicDesign #Stoneware #sgraffito #cobaltblue #teal #turquoise #handbuilt #ArtisanCrafts #StudioCeramics #lorriewhittington #SussexArtist
Second of two stoneware bowls I threw a couple of weeks ago (before I fractured my ankle). Some of the colour has burnt off the two crackle glazes leaving them more subtly blended. However, not for sale as on one side of both pots there are a few white spots which splattered from something else in the kiln. . . . #UKPottery #BritishPottery #wheelthrown #Ceramics #UKCeramics #BritishCeramics #pottery #CrackleGlaze #artisancrafts #lorriewhittington #ukartists #modernceramics #contemporarycraft #co
So, one of a couple of small stoneware bowls I threw a couple of weeks ago (before I fractured my ankle) and glazed with a combo of two crackle glazes. As it was a high fire some of the colour has burnt off leaving them more subtly blended. Sadly not for sale as on one side of both pots there are a few white spots which splattered from something else in the kiln. . . . #pottery #UKPottery #BritishPottery #studiopottery #wheelthrown #Ceramics #UKCeramics #BritishCeramics #CrackleGlaze #artisancra
So, very much an experiment these two. The cylinder pot is stoneware and I was practicing with one of the stamps I have. I lightly brushed it with slip (should have used oxide instead after it’s first fire). It was high fired by mistake, but managed to glaze it anyway. It looks ok, but I will do it different next time. As for the dish, I made it quite a long time ago when I was first learning at college. It’s white earthenware. I decided to try out the Scarva crackle glazes. Unfortunately, I did
Little pots in varying stages of drying out ready for a bisque fire. All are stoneware, and painted in Velvet underglaze on the outside. I’m leaving them clean on the inside because they are designed to be pots for mixing watercolour paint/ink or as water pots. As you can see a couple of them have brush rests. Looking forward to finished result. .