Studio @ Flinders who run the Melbourne Teapot Show.
The design is slightly different to this one but made in the same way. A painted underglaze design based on the flowers of the Illawarra Flame Tree with a little scraffito detail. They were then glazed in a pale celedon and gas reduction fired to 1280 degrees which vitrifies the clay and makes them non-porous.
I also had two little tealight holders in the same firing -
one already has a new home to go to, this is the other one:
In the mean time I am helping to organize part of the 'Clay on Display' feature at the Sydney Royal Easter Show. The Port Hacking Potters Group will be there on Friday 22 March - call by and say 'hello' when you check out the Arts and Crafts Pavillion.
Off to Mud Colony now to see what's happening in other studios and remember I have a Facebook page, Anna's Ceramics and a Fb Group, Anna's Aussie Ceramics.