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Ceramic Bracelet Connectors | DIY Stoneware Jewelry | "Not Quite Perfect" Set | Ceramic Bracelet Bar | Pottery Mason Jar or Candle accent

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Made in Jacksonville Beach, Florida

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"Not Quite Perfect" Ceramic Bracelet Connectors

• Oval Bracelet Connectors measure: ~1 1/8" X 1 7/8"

• The connectors were formed from white or buff speckled stoneware clay and textured with a found object or stamp. Each connector was carefully shaped, sanded and then bisque fired. I brushed glaze to the front and back of each and then re-fired them to Cone 5/6 in my electric kiln. Stilt marks from the glaze firing were sanded down if needed. The connectors in this set might have inconsistent glazing, small bubbles within the glaze, or slight shape inconsistency, which makes them unique and beautiful, but also a "second".

• Glaze Colors include: [Turquoise Speck] • [Teal Speck] and for the Set of (3) [Deep Blue]

*Attention* Ceramic connectors are small, and should be kept away from small children and pets. All my glazes are lead free.

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The process of turning soft clay into a beautiful ceramic piece takes up to 2 weeks to complete! After forming and texturing the clay into the shape desired, it must be allowed to sit until it is bone dry. The greenware is then bisque-fired in the kiln, where the clay is transformed into ceramic. After this first firing, the pieces are sanded, rinsed, and prepared for glazing. Several coats of glaze are applied, allowing the glaze to dry before another coat is applied. The glazed bisque-ware is now ready for its final glaze firing. Each firing takes about 22-24 hours. When the pottery emerges from the second fire, any stilt marks are sanded down and the piece is cleaned, polished and ready for use!

The process of turning soft clay into a beautiful ceramic piece takes up to 2 weeks to complete! After forming and texturing the clay into the shape desired, it must be allowed to sit until it is bone dry. The greenware is then bisque-fired in the kiln, where the clay is transformed into ceramic. After this first firing, the pieces are sanded, rinsed, and prepared for glazing. Several coats of glaze are applied, allowing the glaze to dry before another coat is applied. The glazed bisque-ware is now ready for its final glaze firing. Each firing takes about 22-24 hours. When the pottery emerges from the second fire, any stilt marks are sanded down and the piece is cleaned, polished and ready for use!


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Love all of these. Looks perfect to me and the colors are great.
May 1, 2018 by terrievansnc

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