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E8700
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Glass Red Heart Bowl by wingstopboy Glass Red Heart Bowl by wingstopboy
This one I was pleasantly surprised how it turned out, the glaze was called Glass Red, although as reds/greens are finickey as far as glazes go and alternate I was still really surprised. This was a bowl that had gotten too thin and then wobbled alot and Mary made it sort of heart shaped for me when it wobbled on the bat, it cooled too fast and there were a bunch of hairline fractures and it was from the same firing that a students work above mine shattered and shards landed and fused in the interior bottom of the bowl- tragic it didn't survive the ride home.

Instructor is Mary Becker MFA

white Texas Pottery stonewear, wheel thrown, bisqued at cone 06, Glass Red raku glaze, raku fired at cone 6, reduced in newpaper.
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