||The glass of fashion (Opus 6)
||Crafts Study Centre
||Rolled pottery figurine, porcelain with a transparent glaze.
|Id Number Current Accession
||A. Blackman, 1975, Op.6 and title, incised on underside
|Location Creation Site
||Oxford, Oxfordshire, UK
||15 x 18 centimetres
||Porcelain built using David Leach's porcelain body from Podmore's recipe.
" 'The Glass of Fashion' represents Stage 4 in the development of my rolled pottery figures. These white figures lend themselves to impressed, incised and combed decoration."
Slides in Crafts Advisory Committee's Craftsman's Index, 12 Waterloo Place, London, SW1
||This work has been shown at:
City of Stoke-upon-Trent Museum
Cecil Higgins Museum, Bedford
Museum of Oxford
Paisley Museum and Art Galleries
International Museum of Ceramics at Bechyne, Southern Bohemia, Czechoslovakia
Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge
||Managed by the Crafts Study Centre.
|Style Period Period
||rolling and modelling
||Biscuit fired 960 degrees C.. Glos 1280 degrees C. soaked for one hour and reduced temperature slowly for further hour. Oxidised