Older ShotGoblet

This is a shotgoblet that I made a year ago I believe. It was back when I was still making them in one piece. The glaze is St. Johns Black with Butter milk on top.

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ShotGoblet

Another one. It’s smaller and I am liking it. Although with the stem on it I am calling it “The Heavy Weight.” 😀
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Experiment Glaze: ShotGoblet #2

Here’s the second one, you can see the the more blue-y area on the curve around the cup. Thats what happens when the Evens Red and the Rutile over lap. (The Red on first and Rutile on top.)

More of that the next time I do this. 😀
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Experiment Glaze: ShotGoblet

The red is Evans red the top part is Rutile (not sure if that is how it’s spelled) the inside is Butter Milk white.
I have two of these, the second to show tomorrow. I wished I had added more Rutile and dipped it a little farther into the red to have more of the two to over lap.

But ideas for the next time.

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No Handle ShotGoblet

Sometimes it’s a better idea to not put a handle on them so I don’t end up ruining the whole thing. This is one of them. The glaze is yellow salt on a brown-ish color that I can’t spell. I make them in too pieces and then put them together.

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Some of my Pottery: ShotGoblet

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How to use it? Well, Where the cup and steam meet will allow you to decide how much rum or other liquor you want in your drink. Then fill it with your soda or what have you and there you go.