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I love pottery, clay is my favorite medium and i especially love glazing my pots for when you mix different glazes you can get some really unique designs and colors and its kinda like playing the lottery some look fantastic some look not so great. NC

Inside Oatmeal and Iron Lustre, overlapping, Outside Iron Celadon, Ancient Jasper on the rim (Angelika Prager)

Inside Oatmeal and Iron Lustre, overlapping, Outside Iron Celadon, Ancient Jasper on the rim (Angelika Prager)

Inside Oatmeal and Iron Lustre, overlapping, Outside Iron Celadon, Ancient Jasper on the rim (Angelika Prager)

Inside Oatmeal and Iron Lustre, overlapping, Outside Iron Celadon, Ancient Jasper on the rim (Angelika Prager)

Blue rutile was painted 3 coats up to 2 1/2 inches from the top, AJ (Ancient Jasper) was painted 2 coats on rim and about an inch the blue rutile. This was fired to Cone 5 and then slow cooled.

Blue rutile was painted 3 coats up to 2 1/2 inches from the top, AJ (Ancient Jasper) was painted 2 coats on rim and about an inch the blue rutile. This was fired to Cone 5 and then slow cooled.

Amaco 2x blue midnight 2x seaweed with ancient jasper around the rim fired to cone 6

Amaco 2x blue midnight 2x seaweed with ancient jasper around the rim fired to cone 6

Bowl by Daniel Altnether: textured turquoise, blue rutile and seaweed over the studios' black glaze

Bowl by Daniel Altnether: textured turquoise, blue rutile and seaweed over the studios' black glaze

amaco Outmeal and Smokey Merlot over Iron Lustre, white stoneware clay, cone 6

amaco Outmeal and Smokey Merlot over Iron Lustre, white stoneware clay, cone 6

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