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Raku on the Walls: How to Make a Raku Mural

If you have ever done raku firing, you are probably aware that the raku firing process should not be used for pots that are intended to serve food. The rapid  … The post Raku on the Walls: How to Make a Raku Mural appeared first on Ceramic Arts Network.
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If you have ever done raku firing, you are probably aware that the raku firing process should not be used for pots that are intended to serve food. The rapid firing, removal of the ware at the red-heat stage, and subsequent post-fir...

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