Glazing Bowls, Cups, and Vessels


It's glaze time now that we're nearing the end of the semester and I'm starting with White Shino, a glaze that has a slick-yellow top layer when it settles, but turns milky-white after being stirred. I'm firing pieces in the soda kiln for the first time and can't wait to see the results.

White Shino glaze bucket
A collection of faceted and carved pottery bowls, cups, and mugs made in Austin, Texas, by Little Clay Studio.

I've made between 20-30 faceted and carved bowls, cups, and mugs and it feels like Christmas every time the kilns are unloaded.

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Each bisqued piece is sanded and wiped free of dust to ensure a smooth application of glaze.  

Glazed white celadon and blue rutile mugs and bowls.  Artistic pottery accents made for the home and restaurants in Austin, Texas by Little Clay Studio.

After all the care and attention it takes to create vessels, it's fun to glaze with a reckless abandon.  These pieces are a white celadon and blue rutile combination and will meld together in the high-fire gas kiln.

Little Clay Studio