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I needed to get out of the house as soon as I got home, so I went to the studio. The piece I was glazing last weekend was done. Here are the results.

The open box, Inside is VC5, a vibrant blue. Outside bottom half is also VC5, a very thin layer. Same glaze different results.

Top is Sam's White with green and blue glass inlay.

Finished product.

Votive holder. Red Iron Oxide, Copper Oxide under verdigris.

I love the effects of this glazing.

Ooops a drip. I even like that.

This is how it all starts.

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    • # Ifpics

      Oh wow, those are fantastic! Keep posting before & after pics, I love them!

      2009.06.14 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Gincanada

      That box is adorable - I love the glass inlay, and how the blue in it is carried into the box by the glaze. Gorgeous!

      2009.06.13 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Websterella

      They're wall pockets. If you flip your head over you can see what they'll look like hanging.

      2009.06.13 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Moxie

      The box and the votive holders are beautiful. What are the things in the last pic?

      2009.06.13 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Websterella

      Some are definitely for keeping. Some are for giving away. Some I might put together and sell.

      2009.06.13 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Susan

      I love the box! What do you do will all your finished products, you must have so many by now

      2009.06.13 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Poppyg

      they are beautiful pieces of work - would hate to chose which is my favourite though.
      looking forward to seeing the next finished article.

      2009.06.13 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Kater

      They are beautiful. I really love the votive holder. Oh okay, and I love the box as well. You are very talented.

      2009.06.13 Edited Reply Cancel

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