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Posted 23 May 2013I think the base is to weak-the form seems top heavy-mening the legs seem to little. I think it would fall over easy.
I also ope drainage is built in otherwise its someones problem.
I agree with Jim that the cut outs are the main issue .
Posted 23 May 2013I leaned long ago that dinnerware takes some time to process so now I keep a pile og bisque plates handy for orders
I shot them today for you-these are Daves porcelain from Laguna-I always stock a shiny glaze and a simi matt in each at my booth .
I flipped them so you can see my feet and my nubbin in center that I leave to catch the slump if it happens-I also sign the nubbin
Marcia yours look great I love that matt finish
Posted 23 May 2013The decals I have been around and it was years ago -you applied over a fired glaze then fired to cone 017 if I recall. I do not recall cheap in any ceramic process unless you mean pit firing.
You can print your own decals with the right stuff-Google may be of help on this-there have been a few articles in the ceramic rags on this.
Posted 23 May 2013I did a long time ago-now its one more thing to break. I really just need to see the side of the pot my head is close to. I will say that I have straighted up to view now and again but thats also just good to move around on the seat after a throwing session.I tend to fill a ware board get up and move it and repeat.
Posted 22 May 2013(go get your own attorney. )
This is why I have to have a business liability insurance policy .
To many people these days do the above and if you have things you want to keep its what you must do.
As far as coping my pottery for the past 40 years I could care less as its plain hard work with clay -glazes and firing to pull off anything close to a copy.
It isnt rocket science its a whole lot more work.Thats why after all this time its still a learning curve.
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