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Persnickety Porcelain: How to Minimize Your Loss Rate With this Gorgeous, Yet Difficult, Material

Porcelain is a clay body that draws in many a potter because of its bright white color, translucency, and the way glazes look oh so fabulous on it. But it’s  … The post Persnickety Porcelain: How to Minimize Your Loss Rate With this Gorgeous, Yet Difficult, Material appeared first on Ceramic Arts Network.
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