Cuerda seca: Cuerda seca (Spanish for "dry cord") is a technique used when applying coloured glazes to ceramic surfaces. When different coloured glazes are applied to a ceramic surface, the glazes have a tendency to run together during the firing process.
Cardboard Stencils and Colored Slips Add Imagery and Texture to Slabs. Brush colored slip over thin cardboard cutouts. Allow to set up (not dry), then carefully cut out the pieces.
scratching-through-underglaze --- ideas for finishing clay organized by stages of drying. Example of how to do scratching through underglaze during stages of drying
Modern handmade goods from around the world: this is IAMTHELAB. The Home of the Modern Maker.
ceramic hanging with 3 tiles. Nice for house numbers
CERAMIC__contemporary ceramic vases art by the sea greek contemporary art
Super festive serving set of one very large and four smaller (cake/breakfast) plates
Christopher Gryder Tiles -- "Voulez Vous" Ceramic Wall Art created by Christopher Gryder. Ceramic wall tiles formed by carving a dissolvable mold from silt, casting clay within, and excavating several days later. Glazed with colored clays.