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Thursday 26 July 2012

july pt2

Surprising? yes .. I have made post number 2 for July and only because of a self imposed sick day off yet again.. but so happy to have time out to shoot these pots today and a big thankyou to my bud Derek for the loan of his 50mm lens, what a treat!!

another treat some leopard spotted shino I've only seen this a few times in my kiln...

onto some testing with my dk celedon under peters NZ chun..

chun over nuka

nuka, chun, dk celedon, chun layering

some ash flying around in the kiln settled here

a couple of filler mugs 2 shino and slip deco

 funery urn for a friend

and test #1 of the tagines, the wadding went over the glaze in a couple of places so i'll have to watch that next firing... just a tad of grinding to do now :P  this one holds 1.5 ltrs so the larger based tagine #2 is going to be about the right size...

 and oops rescued a bowl with finger wipes after it slipped out of my hands during glazing

more shino bowls.... I am finding it hard to part with some of these but they must go into SALA I need to sell some pots, can't keep them all for myself now can I????


  1. Very, very, very beautiful and interesting.

  2. Sweet load of pots!

  3. looks good ang- now get back here and do some writing!

  4. Really beautiful Ang!!! Sweeeet shinos :)

  5. You can't keep them all, but you might keep a couple.Excellent work.

  6. hey Laura, thanks it was an open firing but got some nice bits :))

    hey Robert, cheers

    M you get pics and still you want more!!

    cheers Trace, so sweet they are but must part with a few..

    hey Dennis, yep selected mine a few lovely keepers, I'm gonna need more shelves!!

  7. Gorgeous pots, and good pictures too. Glad to see them and have your blog to inspire me!

  8. hey barbara, thanks for dropping by I'm glad you've been inspired!!

  9. wow these are beautiful; no wonder you don't want to part with them. shino pots are among my favorites!

  10. thanks Amy I kept one of the large bowls..the rest have gone to a show for this month's SALA in town