I don't have lots of sizes but can choose what works for your purchase. Put one in the cart and I'll manage the sizing or buy them yourself at Aftosa -- but they have a minimum order.
7.25" x 4.5"
Exterior brown is the sediment glaze, applied evenly and then brushed off in wisps. Interior and green matte glazes assembled from refined materials. Keep clicking for largest images of both sides.
13.5" x 3.25"
Muscongus Bay was described on the spreadsheet I got as a "submerged carbonate beach", it's the tan speckled sediment on the interior next to the brown Penobscot Bay sediment, that's also on the exterior. Rim and foot and central turquoise are glazes assembled from refined materials.
3.75" high x 3.25" wide
Exterior brown is from the Gulf of Maine sediment. Interior shiny white and a brush-load of copper green at the top made pink and green flashes -- both were assembled from refined materials.
4" high x 3.25" wide
Exterior brown is from the Gulf of Maine sediment. Interior shiny white and a brush-load of copper green at the top made pink and green flashes (I see it as painting with wind in the glowing chamber) -- both were assembled from refined materials.
5.25" x 3.25"
Brown sediment is the Gulf of Maine seafloor, applied and swiped off with a wet brush to reveal evidence of both thick and thin. Other glazes assembled from refined materials and a blue sea-glass thumbwell.
4.75" x 3"
A gritty brown seafloor on smooth porcelain. White interior and copper green "oribe" glaze assembled from refined materials with a sea-glass thumb-well.
5.25" x 3.5"
More like a painting than -- mug was glazed by dipping into sloshing slurry, brushed away, other glaze brushed on while imagining white pines and so!
Interior shiny white glaze. Seaglass thumbwell.
6" x 2.5"
Dark brown is Penobscot Bay sediment and warm speckled glaze is from Muscongus Bay. Center of seaglass. Rim and foot of glaze assembled from refined materials.