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MaryHardingJewelry Bead Blog: The Darkest Blues

MaryHardingJewelry Bead Blog: The Darkest Blues


My most recent work is creating dark blue stoneware ceramic pendants.  Not so easy as it is a mix of glazes to get the right color.  I love how these came out and I like to call them  “The Darkest Blue.”  Will I be able to replicate them in future pieces?  I am not sure.  I did make note of what I did in my “Clay Notes”journal.  Today I plan to go to my studio which is about 500 feet of 6 inches snow away from our warm and cozy house which is in the middle of a snow storm.  I think the snow is supposed to stop in about 5 hours and will probably taper off sooner than that. I am determined.

MaryHardingJewelry Bead Blog: The Darkest Blues

Stoneware Ceramic Leaf  Darkest Blue by Mary Harding

MaryHardingJewelry Bead Blog: The Darkest Blues

Stoneware Ceramic Queen Ann’s Lace Flower Heads  Darkest Blue by Mary Harding

MaryHardingJewelry Bead Blog: The Darkest Blues

                      Stoneware Ceramic Pendant Two Holes Queen Ann’s Lace  Darkest Blue by Mary Harding

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MaryHardingJewelry Bead Blog: The Darkest Blues

 Stoneware Ceramic Pendant  Queen Ann’s Lace Darkest Blue by Mary Harding

MaryHardingJewelry Bead Blog: The Darkest Blues

Stoneware Ceramic Leaf  Shard Darkest Blue by Mary Harding

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Two of the pieces are still available in my Etsy shop. I have noted that fact  under the picture.  I will update when they are no longer available.

Thanks so much for stopping by.



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