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Promoted item:Vintage Teal Green Crock Stoneware Mixing Bowl

Vintage Teal Green Crock Stoneware Mixing Bowl

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About Stoneware Bowls

Stoneware bowls are easy and fun to make, provided that you have some experience with firing and glazing. To create basic stoneware bowls, you need an admixture of water and silicate clay, a kiln, and glazing agents. The first step is to shape your bowl either by hand (with your fingers) or by machine.Next, fire the so-called primitive bowl in the kiln at temperatures ranging from 1,100 degrees Celsius to 1,350 degrees Celsius, depending on the kind of clay used. When the bowl comes out of this first firing, its properties will have changed significantly. Its porosity to water, for instance, will have greatly diminished, and it will be much harder to the touch.Pottery makers then apply glazing to their stoneware bowls. Glazes can be artistically applied or merely applied for protective purposes. Some designers, like Rosenthal, Spode, and Waterford, use intricate techniques and chemical processes to fix their glazes. Backyard potters should be careful not to over glaze their bowls or to use lead glaze on bowls that are intended to be used as dinnerware.These glazed bowls are then fired again in the kiln, this time at even higher temperatures. Depending on the chemical constituency of the glaze, potters may wish to re-glaze and fire their bowls again. Be aware, however, that every time you fire your stoneware piece, you're changing its physical properties. Over-firing or over-glazing a bowl can degrade its mechanical properties and potentially cause the glaze to warp or crack.