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Engobe (glaçure) à effets GT-T1-11 c6 ox. EPK 15% Silice 15% Gersley Borate 25% Dark Bell 18,75% Néphéline syénite 1,25% Carbure de silicium 25%

Groupe de recherche sur les matériaux céramique MMAQ

how to cut and use templates for slab ceramics. #ceramics #pottery

simple platter mold making

Ceramic Arts Daily – Making Simple Molds for Slabware

How to make mug handles by Gary Jackson (I like his drying technique)

Gary Jackson: Fire When Ready Pottery

texture tools...tooth picks and nails

Emily Schroeder Grey Pitcher | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

bubble wrap for a cool surface! IMG_2715

Nancy Gallagher Pottery

Ceramic Arts Daily – Throwing Clay to Achieve Texture and Interest on Assembled Pots

Easy Chicken Broccoli and Mushroom Stir Fry-2

Chicken Broccoli and Mushroom Stir Fry |

sea urchin mold or stamp

Cups_2015 - Brian Rochefort

Bernard Leach Pottery Studio St.Ives Glaze Recipes

another batch of spoons from Suzzane Marie Sullivan



Spoon | Islamic | The Metropolitan Museum of Art




The Wide Prospect

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nC Clay Club Dry Rot cone 05 40.0 EPK 10.0 Frit 3110 10.0 Soda Ash 10.0 F-4 Feldspar 10.0 Magnesium Carbonate 5.0 Lithium Carbonate 3.0 Barium Carbonate 2.0 Silica

Clay Club: May 2010

BBC The Craft of the Potter Decoration part2. Alan Caiger-Smith with M. Casson

BBC The Craft of the Potter Decoration part2

163C -with controlled cooling, thicker application than above. 163 - Red Orange C/6 Minspar 47.7% Talc 17.2% Bone Ash 15.3% Flint 11.6% EPK 4.1% Lithium Carb 4.1% Crocus martis 11.5% Bentonite 2%

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    Sharon Bell


base glaze: 40 Potash Feldspar, 20 Whiting, 25 China Clay and 15 Flint. for black: 4% Nickel Oxide, 4% Red Iron Oxide, 2% Cobalt Carbonate