The simple thrown cylinder offers a world of possibility in execution and decoration. The form of the cylinder can be altered during throwing or after the vase is off the wheel. The vase can be decorated with incising, impressing, underglazes, and glazes.
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- Vase Altered on the WheelMid-range pottery vase, thrown and deformed, with rutile blue glaze.
- Vase Altered by PaddlingMid-range pottery vase made on the wheel then deformed by paddling.
- Faceted Thrown VaseMid-range pottery vase with faceting and shino and turquoise glazes.
- Vase with Stony Matte and Turquoise GlazesMid-range pottery vase with stony matte and turquoise glazes.
- Vase with Stony Matte and Glossy DripsMid-range pottery vase with stony matte glaze.
- Brown and Blue Vase with Simple IncisingMid-range vase in brown and blue glazes.
- Wide-Mouthed VaseMid-range pottery vase with wide mouth and Chun Plum glaze.
- Vase With Slip DecorationMid-range pottery vase with heavy slip used for texture.
- Vase with Visual and Actual Textural EffectMid-range vase with Albany slip and salt buff glazes.
- Vase with Dusty Rose GlazeDusty rose colored mid-range pottery vase.
- Do-nut Vase by WinstonlimDoughnut-shaped pottery vase created by Winstonlim of the Pottery Forum.
- Red Tilted Vase Hand Built by Linda SpanglerA handbuilt pottery vase, Red Tilted, created by Linda Spangler.
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