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Technique #18 ~
Gold Flecked Vase from Duncan
You will need an appropriate cone 04 bisque
plate and the following products:
IN1015 - Carribean Blue
IN1062 - Light Kiwi glaze
OG801 - Bright Gold
IN1001 - Clear
SB807 - Soft fan
We had so many requests for this technique that we
called Duncan and asked them how they did it! They were kind enough to share.
1. Wipe bisque dust off using a damp sponge.
Add a teaspoon of water to 4 oz clear glaze and mix. Pour inside of vase and
roll to coat entire inside area. Pour the clear glaze back out and leave the
vase upside down to drain all excess glaze.
When dry, wipe any drips from
the outside area.
3. Divide the vase up into sections and paint each section
a different color.
4. Apply 3 coats of each glaze overlapping colors a bit
to blend. Dry between coats.
5. When dry, stilt and fire to cone 06.
6. Remove the piece from the kiln using a towel or wearing
gloves. You do not want oils from your hands on the outside of the vase.
Pour a small bit of gold onto a clean plate. Wad the plastic wrap into a ball
and dip it into the gold. Immediately press it against the vase. Pounce the
gold on, redipping as needed, until the outside of the vase
is covered to
your liking. Be sure to leave some areas bare to add interest.
8. Be careful
not to touch the outside of the vase as you place it in the kiln. Fire to cone
019. You can stilt it just to be on the safe side, but some say it is not
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