I got a new stamp to mark the bottoms of my plates and platters. It's larger and easier to read than my previous stamp. I can only use it on flat-ish items that are built on a hump mold, because it needs the support provided by the mold in order to make a clean impression. Also, it's too large to fit on anything three-dimensional. The stamp is rubber so it tends to stick to the clay, but a dusting of corn starch solves that.
Mea Rhee, the potter behind Good Elephant Pottery
American Craft Council
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