Day 4, Ice Cream Cup

Fluted top Ice Cream cup.
Fluted top Ice Cream cup.
Fluted Top Ice Cream Cup
Fluted Top Ice Cream Cup
Fluted Top Ice Cream Cup

To the goal was to throw a couple of Ice Cream cups.

The trick is to work the top of the clay when wet, and keeping it from splitting or falling in on itself.

We put a load in the kiln today, bisque firing, it takes 9 hours to heat up and 12 hours to cool down. We will be able to open it tomorrow afternoon. It’s still a bit nerve racking waiting to see if they all turned out or not. If any are too wet or stacked a little uneven, not thrown completely right, THEY WILL CRACK!!!!

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2 thoughts on “Day 4, Ice Cream Cup”

    1. Mary Ann, So nice of you to comment on my pottery. Since the fluted ice cream cup is still in the drying stage and has not been glazed, we should hold off on pricing it until the finished product is seen. I am always surprised at how differant they looked when finished.

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