This one is the future. It's a white stoneware formulated by Royce Yoder and reformulated by Sunstone Pottery out in Utah, then mixed in Ohio by Laguna.
My red glaze glows on it like it used to on porcelain and B-mix (before the bubbling started).
I'm really excited to start producing in earnest with this clay.
This has leaves falling down the slip-trailed spiral. I intend to repeat this pattern more this year.
I sprayed heavily so the gold ran into the spiral in the center of the bowl. I like that it makes it look deeper.
I used to carve my green glazed pots and stamp my red and gold glazed pots. The way the red was firing, the carving just turned the whole thing dark. No more. I'm now getting a good sunburst through the carving.
Here's some carved red on a more vertical piece. I'm still getting lots of red and gold. The acorns have never looked better.