A transparent glaze appears to have been colored using green, blue and red stains. The slip is the porcelain itself. Made by Laura Vanderlinde.
Both are highlighted by Alberta Slip GA6-A glaze on these cone 6 oxidation fired mugs.
Made by Dawn Candy. Clay is Plainsman M370. Fired at cone 6.
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The term Slip can have various meanings in traditional ceramics.
Engobes are high-clay slurries that are applied to leather hard or dry ceramics and fire opaque. They are used for functional or decorative purposes.
A type of decoration done on pottery. Designs are carved into the surface of the leather hard ware and often covered by a thickness sensitive glaze.