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"After more research and reflection, your magic word "floating" led me also to the Di…"

Nancy Krug replied Jul 16, 2015 to Historic tile glaze reproduction: any ideas?

6 Jul 16, 2015
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"I see what you mean. It does create a very intriguing surface. "

Nancy Krug replied Jul 16, 2015 to Historic tile glaze reproduction: any ideas?

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"Very good ideas to pursue! I am very open to lower fire options so appreciate the ti…"

Nancy Krug replied Jul 15, 2015 to Historic tile glaze reproduction: any ideas?

6 Jul 16, 2015
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"From a 1959 home, this glaze is satin, and the glaze seems to randomly "bunch up" an…"

Nancy Krug replied Jul 15, 2015 to Historic tile glaze reproduction: any ideas?

6 Jul 16, 2015
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"An update on my experiments with low fire "sparkly": 1.  I have tried many forms of…"

Nancy Krug replied Dec 5, 2014 to Sparkly patches in glaze: how to achieve

7 Dec 5, 2014
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"I really appreciate this lead to supplier I was not aware of.  Thank you very much!…"

Nancy Krug replied Jun 18, 2013 to How to create light brown specks in low fire glaze

8 Jun 18, 2013
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"I love your idea! I will give it a try."

Nancy Krug replied Jan 10, 2013 to How to create light brown specks in low fire glaze

8 Jun 18, 2013
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"Initial testing of the frit idea shows it has a LOT of promise. I had some frit on h…"

Nancy Krug replied Jan 6, 2013 to How to create light brown specks in low fire glaze

8 Jun 18, 2013
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"Your ideas about using colored glass and colored grog are TRULY inspired! I will try…"

Nancy Krug replied Dec 29, 2012 to How to create light brown specks in low fire glaze

8 Jun 18, 2013
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