I like about majolica is that it's fixable....to some extent The pot below has a major glaze crawl. I will lay some glaze in the space and repaint the area and refire. The rest of the pot will be fine due to the facts that I am firing to the same temp (^04) and majolica glazes don't move.
By the way I am sure that the crawl happened because I did not clean the bowl very well before glazing. I generally spray with a good jet of vinegar and water and dry under a heat lamp. A little time consuming, but worth the effort. Another reason for glazing soon after the bisque firing.
Here's another view of the teapot I finished last week. I am most pleased that it got into a small regional show that my old pottery coop/art association sponsors every year. Majolica is an iffy prospect in this area of the world. Comparatively few people work in it.
And Last, but by no means Least! Many Thanks to GARY for the fact/dream award. I shall do my best to live up to the high standards that have been set by previous winner(s)!
Thanks for stopping by............*s*