Wedging an Underglaze Colour into your Clay

Another way to add colour to your clay is by loosely wedging an underglaze into the clay before making your item.

Add underglaze colour to clay

Add underglaze colour to clay

Colour loosely mixed in

Colour loosely mixed in

Fired and glazed

Fired and glazed

 

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8 thoughts on “Wedging an Underglaze Colour into your Clay

    • Hi there, thanks for dropping by. This is earthernware firing rather than stoneware temperatures. My other pots that show a fleck coming through are fired to stoneware.
      See you around!
      Row

  1. Hi Rowen. Lovely idea.. I just wanted to check… do you fire on stilts (is there a chance of the product sticking if in direct contact with the kiln base due to the inclusion of the underglaze in the clay?). Cheers, Kelly

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