The definitive reference to create flawless ash glazes. Practical and usable information will benefit the novice and experienced potter. Nearly 40 ash glaze recipes are included, as well as instructions for making synthetic ash glazes. Sixteen color pages show the beautiful effects of successful ash glazing.
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INTRODUCTORY 1 Introduction
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