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So i just wanted to comment on you terms used. First earthenware is just that it is a low fire clay, stoneware would be a mid to high fire clay. Then when you fire a piece the first time it is considered to be bisque fired. So when talking the progression of you piece it would be leather hard -> bone dry -> bisqued fired-> glaze fired. And when you are talking about the type of clay used it would be earthenware or stoneware. And if you are talking tempature rages that the clay matures at you can talk in a general manner: low fire, mid fire, high fire; or talk more specific cone 06, cone 6, cone 10, or so on. Your orther points on the making something slip casted is pretty good and was an enjoyment to read. Keep up the good work
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