08 December 2011

Freshly fired

Here is my Thursday Mud Colony post.  This is a close up of a little slipcast piece I made using a buff stoneware casting slip.  I used paper resist with a red underglaze before bisque and then glazed with Shino and back into a high reduction firing.  It has warped a bit but still functional. Apologies for the bad photo.  It is diamond shaped and very useful for serving olives or stuffed vine leaves.


Linda Starr said...

The red came out almost coppery red, very nice.

Anna said...

Thanks Linda, aren't we lucky to have so many more underglaze colours that will survive a high firing these days :^)