What Colors Make a Sage Green Pottery? The best 15 Vases to shop for!

What Colors Make a Sage Green Pottery? The best 15 Vases to shop for!

Sage is a beautiful, calming gray-green color, but you won’t find it in many painting palettes on its own. Initially, it is an equal mix of the tertiary colors citron and slate, however, it is up to you what hue of sage you prefer. Fortunately, there are so many ways to mix your own custom…

How Do You Make Burnished Mugs?

How Do You Make Burnished Mugs?

The ancients hardened and waterproofed their pottery by burnishing before they discovered glazing. Burnishing can give pottery a glossy, soft sheen without using ceramic glazes. It is an alternative to glazed pottery. Is it possible to make food-safe burnished pottery? Fire burnished pottery to 2345 0F (cone 10) if you want it to be food-safe….

The Underglaze Flakes Off After Firing: What Are The Solutions?

The Underglaze Flakes Off After Firing: What Are The Solutions?

When you are glazing, you have to be aware of various conditions. Otherwise, many issues will arise, like peeling or flaking. What causes the glaze to flake off? Can I prevent the underglaze from flaking off?   Thick underglaze layers are rigid and solid, prone to cracking, peeling, and flaking. To get an opaque finish, apply…

Is Ceramic Coated Cast Iron Skillet Better or Non-Ceramic Coated?

Is Ceramic Coated Cast Iron Skillet Better or Non-Ceramic Coated?

Cast Iron is a dense metal that has a natural non-stick surface. It provides steady heat to help brown foods and ensure even cooking. The use of cast iron dates back many centuries to ancient China. Is it better to use it with a ceramic coating or without one? Ceramic-coated cast iron cookware requires no…