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lördag 10 augusti 2013

More cups.

Those cups are glazed with a ashglaze called "nuka". It is a japanese ashglaze wich is transparent with some white and blue in it if applied thin on the cup. Thickly applied it gets white.





The glaze is pooling on the inside



On white clay the glaze gets shiny white.



Lots of ash deposit on one side of the cup. The ash melts and become a glaze.



Inside pooling.



Ash deposit. The left side of the cup was facing the flame.



Ash deposit in the front.



Ash deposit on the left.












The nuka glaze stained with copperoxide.

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