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Wheel thrown from speckled stoneware clay body, dipped in a rich colorful glaze with a bit of a ligther color for accent Approximately 4.25" tall, 3.5" wide Throwing lines on inside of handle add a ni

Wheel thrown from speckled stoneware clay body, dipped in a rich colorful glaze with a bit of a ligther color for accent Approximately tall, wide Throwing lines on inside of handle add a ni

Ice Blue Speckled Tumbler - Pottery Cup - Ceramic Cup - Ceramics and Pottery…

Ice Blue Speckled Tumbler - Pottery Cup - Ceramic Cup - Ceramics and Pottery - Coffee Cup - Tea Cup

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Wheel thrown stoneware tumblers glazed with saturated iron and robin's egg glazes. Electric fired to cone 5 with a 30 minute hold.  Created by Ann Augustin Pottery, Frisco, TX.

Wheel thrown stoneware tumblers glazed with saturated iron and robin's egg glazes. Electric fired to cone 5 with a 30 minute hold. Created by Ann Augustin Pottery, Frisco, TX.

Handcrafted Pottery Mug by Beth Mangum in Asheville, North Carolina

love the glaze color, nice wide bottom to hold: Handcrafted Pottery Mug by Beth Mangum in Asheville, North Carolina

bubble glaze technique - Dip entire piece in glaze color #1. In tall yogurt cup mix 1-2 inches of glaze #2 with one squirt liquid hand soap. Using a regular drinking straw, blow bubbles in the yogurt cup mixture until bubbles overflow and fall down one the pottery piece. Let glaze dry. Using flat hand lightly pop all the bubbles. Fire! You can also bubble on a third color if you'd like. by bettye

bubble glaze technique - Dip entire piece in glaze color In tall yogurt cup mix inches of glaze with one squirt liquid hand soap. Using a regular drinking straw, blow bubbles in the yogurt cup mixture until bubbles overflow and fall down one the

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