Ceramic Platter: Marble Moss: TC 2010 (Scratching the Surface exhibition)

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Abstract

This piece is made from a porcellaneous stoneware clay from the Gulgong kaolins, processed and formulated in Gosford. The work is high-fired to cone 10 in reduction to achieve the desired glazes qualities. A zinc silicate, crystalline glaze is used on the outside and a jade green celadon on the interior of the work.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBathurst, NSW, Australia
PublisherFox's Gallery
Size5 ceramic works using new glaze technique
Publication statusPublished - 2010
EventScratching the Surface exhibition -
Duration: 22 Apr 201030 May 2010

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    Wilson, P. (Author). (2010). Ceramic Platter: Marble Moss: TC 2010 (Scratching the Surface exhibition). Creative Works - Original - Design/Architectural, Fox's Gallery.