Friday, 12 August 2011

Old English White.

For some time now I have been wanting to produce
an Old English White.
It's a colour that I have always liked
since as far back as I can remember.
So You can Imagine How Excited I was when I opened the kiln yesterday.
and found that my latest glaze  hits the spot.
It has a richness and depth of colour that just makes you smile.
It almost looks like wet slip.
above is the cream and below the new white.
This is a jug as a test to see how it looks.
The Colour is called Old English White
This is a classic Austin Healey
in Old English White.

Classic simple design in classic simple colour.

8 comments:

gz said...

lovely. Capital Letters Totally Justified!!!!

Dennis Allen said...

Makes me smile too. Care to share the recipe?

Hollis Engley said...

Or care to share the Healey?

Ron said...

Looks good Paul. I like it a lot.

Paul Jessop said...

Dennis, I tried to find your email, can you email me from my web site and I'll send you the recipe. I wish the Healey was mine too Hollis, I see everything is value of mugs 1,600 mugs.

Troy Bungart said...

That is a very delicious old english white!

Lori Buff said...

Well done, it's a beautiful glaze

Elaine Bradley said...

What a win! Anyone who pots knows that you wait a long time and put in a fair bit of work to deserve a score like that. Well deserved. JUST like wet slip.

Time to start planning for the show season.

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