Lucinda Mudge This bowl was decorated by hand using a pin to carve into the clay while it was still wet. I then rubbed a blue slip into the recessed areas to form the pattern. Glazed all over with a food-safe transparent finish and made of stoneware.
blue porcelains - another collection by proxy - my mother has an entire sunporch/florida room (pronounced Flawridah room) full of flow, wedgewood, currier & ives........anything blue and white, including soup spoons and bowls from chinatown in sf.
The more I knit and the more my nephew/dogs carry my yarn around the more I think I need this... like yesterday.
The patterns are created by overlaying each handmade, ceramic platter with a piece of zebra print fabric or polka dot lace, and painting them with blue, brown or black liquid porcelain. The fabric is then removed, leaving a reverse image that is unique for each piece. Finally, the ceramic is kiln-fired twice, resulting in a dish that is durable and dishwasher safe.