Which Glaze do You Like? Let me know and you could win!


I work in a community studio. The sense of camaraderie is great and working with a couple hundred other potters is inspiring. The one drawback is I am limited to the glazes provided by the studio.

Last year our studio converted from Cone 8 to Cone 6 for its electric kilns. With lots of experimentation, the glaze crew has finally settled on the glaze pallet. And they have done a great job. But its been difficult to decide which glazes and glaze combos I like best.

So while I have been working on my tumbler form, I have been experimenting. There were some combos that were an obvious, “oh, that won’t work”, but there have been plenty of others that I liked. I would like to work with just a few combos to save time. Three combos would be ideal. But how do I whittle it down?

I have a few glaze test tumblers just sitting in my living room so I can see them every day. My husband has even given his opinion. But I’m still having a hard time deciding which 3 combos. So that’s where you come in. The 6 samples are below

Numbered 1-6 from left to right, pick your three favorite combos. And what happens if you pick all 3 winning combos? FREE SHIPPING on your next purchase in my Etsy store! I won’t be glazing for a few more weeks, but get your selections in by April 30th to get free shipping. Oh, and thanks for helping me create my art.

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About Claytastic

Health coach. Writer. Teacher. Artist. Living an amazing life with MS. Interested in bringing peace and beauty into people's lives.
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2 Responses to Which Glaze do You Like? Let me know and you could win!

  1. Debbie says:

    Three favorite combos:
    2
    3
    5

  2. Mark Strayer says:

    1) Intersting, not sure about the running of the green

    5) Love the blue color here and the contrast on the white clay body

    6) The green and blue are solid combination. I use a similar combination. Safer than the the others above.

    Good luck.

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