- Last Updated: Thursday, 18 April 2019 21:26
- SB-129 Modern Plate
- SW-134 Eggplant
- SW-140 Back Matte
- SW-141 White Matte
- SW-170 Blue Hydrangea
- SW-173 Amber Quartz
- SW-212 Peacock
- SW-253 Green Opal
- SG-401 Black Designer Liner
- SC-74 Hot Tamale
- SP-288 Speckled Tu Tu Tango
- CB-604 #4 Soft Fan
- CB-106 #6 Script Liner
- Clay Carbon Paper
- Synthetic Sponge
- Pencil or Ball Point Pen
- Pattern: Download
Designer: Laura Fraedrich
- Begin with properly fired shelf cone 04 bisque. Moisten a clean sponge and wipe bisque to remove any dust.
- Using the CB-604 Soft Fan Brush, apply 3 coats of SW-140 Black Matte to the back sides and the front rim of the platter. Do not glaze the bottom or the foot.
- Using the carbon paper and a pencil, transfer the pattern onto the platter.
- Using the SG-401 Black Designer Liner, draw over the lines that were transferred from the pattern.
- Using the CB-106 Script Liner, apply 2 heavy coats of the following glazes as follows:
- Background – SW-170 Blue Hydrangea
- Top of the vase – SW-173 Amber Quartz
- Scallops on the vase – SW-212 Peacock
- Stems of flowers – SW-253 Green Opal
- Left flower – Center of flower SW-212 Peacock, petal centers – SC-74 Hot Tamale, petal middles – SW-140 Black Matte, outer petals – SW 134 Eggplant
- Center flower – alternate SW-140 Black Matte and SW 141 White Matte, top scallops SC-74 Hot Tamale
- Right flower – Center of flower SC-74 Hot Tamale on petals, SW-134 Eggplant around petals. Middle of flower SW-212 Peacock. Outer scallops SP-288 Speckled Tu Tu Tango
- Apply dots around the rim by dipping the back end of a paintbrush into SW-141 White Matte and touching it to the plate.
- Apply dots to the center of the left flower and the middle of the right flower (on top of the Peacock) by dipping the back end of a paintbrush into SP-288 Speckled Tu Tu Tango and touching it to the plate.
- Wipe off any excess glaze on bottom or foot of the plate
- Do not stilt or hang over the edge of the kiln shelf.
- Fire to cone 5/6.