Later today I'll test this stacked mug to see how it feels drinking from it. I like this fatter shape better than the other one I made which is a little narrower. When holding the handle I can put my index and middle finger in the handle and my thumb on top.
stacked mug interior
Here's the interior. If I hadn't of put the swirl it would have been nice to have a contrasting color on the interior. I'll make some more of these so I can glaze them differently. It's nice to be able to see the construction method on the exterior with the clear glaze. Oh, I should have taken a photo from the bottom so you could see the foot.
two tea bowls
These two tea bowls were made with white stoneware. Look down at the tree luminary. That is the same glaze as this. But the tree luminary was made with a speckled stoneware. I wasn't going to work with the speckled stoneware but for some glazes it's much better.
Here's a butter dish I've glazed with the overlapped dots of glaze. This glaze is so beautiful in person. I need to try this overlapping with other glazes to see how they turn out.
These appetizer plates will stack up nicely in a cabinet. I still can't get my blue green glaze to do what I want. I'll have to get a box of the Macabee clay to see if using that clay will make a difference.
To speed up my glazing I decided not to glaze the edge of the luminary trays. With the speckled stoneware the bare clay isn't noticeable like it would be if the clay was white stoneware.
gingerbread boys and girls
I did the same thing with the gingerbread boys and girls glazing only the top portion. These look like they are edible with a creamy frosting on top. Thanks for reading and for all your comments.