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Dessert Anyone?

After I made a bazillion maple syrup pourers and before I started making more sponge holders and mugs, I decided to try something different--dessert goblets. Making them was a bit bit of a challenge because there were a few details to consider, such as how big to make the cup; how tall to make the stem and what shape it should be; which part to make first, the cup or the stem; and after the goblets are bisqued, how will I glaze them? That last is interesting because I usually have a vision for how pots will be glazed right from the beginning--not so this time.


I am looking forward to seeing them finished and finding out what customers thin of them. And please let me know what you think, too.

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