Wednesday, 3 June 2009
Barrington Court Slipware Pots
The first Batch of new Chestnut Avenue - Barrington Court
pots came out of the Kiln this morning.
But will not be going on the showroom shelves.
It would appear my Glaze mixture is to thick
which has caused it to bubble in these areas
and I have not added enough red clay to the glaze
which makes it look a bit wishey washy.
What do I do next ?
1. Hit them with the hammer ?
2. just put them to one side ?
3. or do these become worth more than the next batch because they are all numbered
on the bottom & these numbers will have to be made again ?
4. I think I've just answered my own question,
I should hit them with the Hammer.
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