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Crazy Beautiful Crazing: Uncovering the Mysteries of Snowflake Crackle Glazes

I have been messing around with crazing as a deliberate decorative effect lately. Though it is technically a glaze defect, crazed surfaces can actually be quite beautiful and I have  … The post Crazy Beautiful Crazing: Uncovering the Mysteries of Snowflake Crackle Glazes appeared first on Ceramic Arts Network.
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