In the spring 2021, I threw these three porcelain vases and decorated them.
The first vase was thrown with paperclip porcelain and decorated using two glazes that I prepared using copper oxide. The bottom glaze is a recipe from Emmanuel Copper and the top one a mate glaze from Linda Bloomfield with an added copper oxide. They were applied using an atomiser and fired to 1,210 degree Celsius. I really like the darker glaze which is edging towards a metallic finish. You can find the glaze recipes on my Glazy.org page.
Diam 8cm x H 16cm
The two other vases were decorated using Mayco Peacock Matte and White Crackle raku glazes. They were fired at the raku workshop I reported in a previous post. I was really pleased with the richness of effects of the reduction on the copper in the peacock glaze.
Vases Diam 9.5cm x H 13.5cm and Diam 9.5cm x H 14.5cm