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Time to Glaze

My bisque firing is complete and I've got lots of ceramics to glaze. I'm developing a series of plates and platters at the moment, and these take a huge amount of shelf space in a glaze firing because they cant be stacked on each other (unless I want to produce a stuck together sculptural tower of plates), so I've got enough wares for two firings. But before that I need to glaze them. Glazing needs to be done in a clean environment, as any dirt can leave defects in the glaze finish, which means I have to wash my tiny studio first and cover my work bench. Glazing takes time, it cant be rushed.

This video shows my process, but be warned its all about water and sloshing sounds.

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