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Lisbet Munch Petersen for Bing and Grøndahl  Porcelain vase with oxblood glaze.

I LOVE oxblood glaze! Lisbet Munch Petersen for Bing and Grøndahl Porcelain vase with oxblood glaze.

Vase  	  				  			American, 1884–89By Chelsea Keramic Art Works, active 1872–1889By Hugh Cornwall Robertson, American, born in England, 1845–1908

Vase American, 1884–89By Chelsea Keramic Art Works, active 1872–1889By Hugh Cornwall Robertson, American, born in England, 1845–1908

Vase  	  				  			American, 1872–87By Chelsea Keramic Art Works, active 1872–1889By Hugh Cornwall Robertson, American, born in England, 1845–1908

Vase American, 1872–87By Chelsea Keramic Art Works, active 1872–1889By Hugh Cornwall Robertson, American, born in England, 1845–1908

Tall Chinese Celadon Crackle Glaze porcelain vase; of baluster form with brown floral bands along the shoulder and low body, incised mark; H: 24"

Chinese Porcelain Vases: tall celadon crackle glazed, of baluster form with brown floral bands, incised mark;

TURQUOISE BLUE PORCELAIN VASE 18th Century  In meiping form with fine crackle glaze. Glazed base. Height 4 1/2" (11.5 cm).

Turquoise blue porcelain vase - Century In meiping form with fine crackle glaze.

Republic Period Chinese export baluster form ceramic vase, with oxblood glaze against a celadon ground, unmarked, 9.5"h x 5" diameter overall.

Republic Period Chinese export baluster form ceramic vase, with oxblood glaze against a celadon ground, unmarked, x diameter overall.

220: NATZLER Bottle covered in oxblood reduction glaze : Lot 220

NATZLER Bottle covered in oxblood reduction glaze : Lot 220

Lucie Rie: Flattened ovoid vase, Stoneware, mixed body material producing an integral blue and white spiral beneath the pitted glaze, mineral elements in the body material producing strong brown speckles. 7 7/8 in. (20 cm.) high, c.1965

Lucie Rie: Flattened ovoid vase, Stoneware, mixed body material producing an integral blue and white spiral beneath the pitted glaze, mineral elements in the body material producing strong brown speckles.

Edmond Lachenal (France 1855-1930) vase covered in a mottled purple, mauve and light blue mat glaze.  Marked Lachenal 16:121 in black slip on the bottom.

Edmond Lachenal (France vase covered in a mottled purple, mauve and light blue mat glaze. Marked Lachenal in black slip on the bottom.

these glazes are gorgeous!  Anyone now how I might attempt to replicate this on my own work?

Reddend Rainbow Crystalline Glaze Standard by Wiseman Ceramics

A thrown vase with a temmoku glaze as a base, plus brush strokes over top in iron, rutile and titanium. This piece was fired very hot — at least cone 12, and the glaze and brush strokes have flowed together nicely with the extra heat. It stands 28 cm high and was made in the early 1990s

Steve Irvine / A thrown vase with a temmoku glaze as a base, plus brush strokes over top in iron, rutile and titanium / early

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