The glaze I use the most is named Flannel, a light gray, matte, opaque glaze. I guess you could call this my "signature" glaze, it is the predominant look of most of my pots. But I prefer to glaze the insides of my foodware pots with something glossy, because it's more utensil-friendly and faster to wash. I've been working on a new liner glaze for a few months, and I think I finally figured it out. The new glaze is named Vanilla, and it looks an awful lot like the old liner glaze named Tan Gloss. They are both cream colored, glossy and opaque, with tiny hints of brown. But the base recipes are totally different. When Tan Gloss moved in next to Flannel, they lived happily as friendly neighbors. But when Vanilla moved in next to Flannel, Flannel fell in love.
Mea Rhee (mee-uh ree),
American Craft Council
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