Lee on thu 19 jul 12
On Thu, Jul 19, 2012 at 12:43 AM, Url Krueger wrote:
> Why slip?
White slip on dark clay is used in both slip and Punchong ware to great eff=
With earthenware, you can get depth you often loose with glassy glazes.
My last firing, I used Superwhite on tableware. But because
tableware has a lot of grog, it doesn't shrink much, so my inlay and
hakame flaked off, except for the rope impressed inlay.
Just brought home a couple hundred pounds of Fireclay with Iron that
works well with superwhite slip. Kintaro always gets fussed over
when we go to Continental Clay. I took him even though it was hot.
(No aircon, windows open on the Xpressway.)
Lee Love in Minneapolis
"Ta tIr na n-=3DF3g ar chul an tI=3D97tIr dlainn trina ch=3DE9ile"=3D97tha=
t is, "T=3D
land of eternal youth is behind the house, a beautiful land fluent
within itself." -- John O'Donohue