Glaze Pottery in Home Oven

Glazing your ceramic pottery in your own way is always a lot of fun. Though it takes a lot of effort to do it on your own, the happiness of creating something new and different from others cannot be compared to anything. Glazing has always been a tricky job, and if you don’t fire it…

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What is Polish Pottery?

As a beginner in pottery, I think it is relevant to know the different kinds of pottery that are in the world. Today, we are going to be talking about Polish Pottery. Yes, Pottery from Polish people. Lol. Polish Pottery is a type of pottery specialized in Poland. Polish Pottery is otherwise called Bolesławiec pottery.…

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Can Ceramic Pottery Hold Boiling Water?

Something has caused an uproar in the pottery community lately. There have been diverse questions regarding pottery or ceramic and its compatibility with hot water.  A few ceramic or glass items are safe for stovetop cooking and boiling water obviously, although some will be usable for induction ranges.  The issue is mostly the crystal structure…

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Ceramic Projects for Beginners

Hey there, are you fascinated by the ceramic-making process? Have you ever watched someone work on a potter’s wheel, and found yourself captivated by the smooth vessel and objects pulled up from a mound of clay? It strikes me as both fun and rewarding to turn a piece of clay into art. Are you curious about what…

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Do I Really Need To Glaze My Pottery?

I was asked recently – what do you do after molding your ceramics? You glaze them! Glazing adds a safe, sealed coating to your bisque-fired wares– thereby making your creations waterproof and food safe. It also brings life to your work and it also brings your work to life with any color you wish to…

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Can Pottery Go in the Freezer?

Welcome back! Today’s topic will be about pottery and the freezer. I have been getting a few questions regarding pottery going into the freezer. A lot of people have been asking can you put pottery in the freezer or can you freeze pottery pieces. A lot of ceramic are freezer-safe, that is you can put…

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Does Pottery Glaze Go Bad?

Hey there! I am sure you have been in a situation whereby you had to dispose of your glaze due to it going bad. If you have not encountered anything of such, Congrats! This article will guide you on how to prevent such situations. As earlier said, glazes may not always come out the way…

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Can Pottery Be Reglazed?

WHAT IS REGLAZING? I understand that your first glazed pottery might have some problems. But I want to tell you not to worry. Help is here. There is nothing wrong with making mistakes while glazing your piece.  I can remember the weeks it took me to perfect my glazing skills. You might need to try…

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