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Small Red Porcelain Ceramic Mugs by 1stQueenOfHalloween Small Red Porcelain Ceramic Mugs by 1stQueenOfHalloween
A set of small ceramic mugs made from porcelain and glazed in a bright candy apple red. The top rim has a high light glaze that gives it a slight purple. The handle is easy to grip, and if you are someone who knocks things over or likes to keep your drink hot; this mug is for you. They are a bit heavy but are still comfortable to hold, and don't tip easily. The thickness keeps the heat in. This is great for for you and a special someone, or as a gift for someone who enjoys traditional sized mugs.

The mugs are little over 3 1/2 inches tall, and the rim is 2 3/4 inches wide. It comfortably holds 1 cups of water, perfect for someone who likes a minimal amount of coffee or tea.

These mugs are high fired (cone 10) and are the strongest ceramics available. The glaze is non-toxic, AKA/ no lead or anything such, and is dishwasher safe and microwave safe.
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This is a one of a kind piece made by me, you may not copy, steal, distribute photo, alter photo, or use photo for any reason. Every piece is copyrighted to me and my business Queen's Ceramics and Jewelry


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sdpartwork Dec 21, 2012
Would you be willing to share the glaze recipe with me? It is a beautiful glaze on beautiful cups. Also what kind of atmosphere is this in??
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:icon1stqueenofhalloween:
I would if I had the recipe. :( I'm sorry. The glazes I use are made by the owners of studio I go to, and I don't know what they are.

The atmosphere is natural lighting, next to a window facing away from the sun. This lighting is the closest to getting a reliable color in the photo. :) Why do you ask?
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sdpartwork Dec 21, 2012
no no I meant the firing atmosphere. lol Like oxidation, reduction, salt etc. :D
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:icon1stqueenofhalloween:
OOOOOOOOOoooooooooooooooooooooooooo *flails*

It's reduction. Its pretty much the only thing I do. xD
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