Feb 12th, '13, 09:21
Joined: Apr 4th, '12
Location: Londonderry, NH
Feb 12th, '13, 11:00
Joined: Sep 3rd, '08
yeah...these suggestions sound great but sound so complicated that the pot will probably suffer too much damage. I'm going to take MarshalN's cue and just let it be.
Feb 12th, '13, 12:06
Joined: Sep 15th, '09
Location: Wilton, New Hampshire USA
Here's a kit using actual urushi and gold powder........ not sure about the other previous one. Note that using urushi is a serious case of "poison ivy" waiting to happen .
Please do! I'd imagine a kiln is the safer route to go. A blowtorch on Yixing may not end up so well! Then again, you could always mold the clay, make sure it's a bit loose to account for the shrinkage, and then fire it separately. Looking forward to hearing your experience.gasninja wrote:I am thinking about giving the silver clay a shot.
I have an older shui ping with a broken spout ,a torch and a kiln.
I'll post pics when I give it a shot.