Baking dishes weighted down so they don't curl up.
Stupid blogger. That big guy is a 20# jar.
These are all coated in a white slip that is actually the same color as the clay body when wet...which makes ensuring total coverage a little tricky. It's also the same color as the tile6 slip after bisque...hope I don't screw something up there. I am hoping that the high silica content(25%) in the slip will give the glaze a bit of gloss, it completely mattes out in my kiln right now. My clay body is low in silica but I've had problems with clays that are high in free silica in my kiln, so I'll take a little more work in the surface preparation as opposed to cracked pots. For examples sake here are two pots with the same glaze, same kiln, same temp: lots of free silica, low silica, I like it somewhere in between.