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Apr

25

Gift Mugs

By Ceramic Design



Custom mugs are a great gift to give for any occasion. Paint is an inexpensive way to personalize a plain, ceramic coffee mug that can be picked up at any discount store. Instead of going to an expensive paint-a-pot store, follow these instructions to make a great mug at home. Mugs also make an excellent rainy day project for kids.

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    Select your paints. Make sure the product is nontoxic and microwave/dishwasher safe. Enamel paint and ceramic paints are generally your best bet. Porcelain paint pens are water-based and allow you to draw right on the mug with little mess and cleanup.

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    Clean the outside of your mug with a cotton ball saturated in rubbing alcohol and allow to dry.

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    Sketch out your desired design on paper before you start painting.

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    Hold your stencil on the mug and gently dab paint inside lines. Allow to dry and apply a second coat. Continue this process until desired look is achieved. Sponges, rubber or foam stamps can also be used to create patterns on your mug. A coat of nontoxic, clear sealer will make your design shine.

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    Allow paint to dry overnight. Place the mug in a room temperature oven and turn it on to the degree indicated on the paint package, as many ceramic materials cannot withstand sudden changes in temperature, according to Dickblick.com.

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    Fill the mug with candy or individual cocoa or coffee packets. Cut a 10-inch circle out of wrapping paper, tulle or fabric. Place the mug in the center and tie up with a ribbon to give as a gift.

Apr

25

Customized Ceramic Mugs

By Ceramic Design



Ceramic coffee and cocoa mugs are a staple of any cupboard. Practical and fun to give as gifts, mugs can be customized in your own kitchen with materials that are easy to obtain. This project is simple enough that kids can help as well, allowing you to turn a mug customization idea into a project for the whole family. Personalize ceramic mugs for your own collection or create designs to give to others for any occasion.

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    Sketch your design on a piece of paper so that you have an idea of what you want to create on the mug. Paint the design on regular paper and hold it up to the mug to get the sizing right; this way, when you paint on the mug, it will not be the first time you attempted to create the design.

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    Spread newspaper down on the surface where you will be working.

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    Clean the ceramic mug with soap and water. Plain mugs can be purchased at regular kitchenware stores, craft stores or from ceramic and pottery suppliers.

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    Use a natural bristle paintbrush to recreate your design on the mug with enamel paint. If you find it difficult to paint an intricate design on the curved surface while the mug is standing up, turn it on its side and brace it by placing it between two books or other heavy objects so it does not roll. Allow the design to dry on one side before turning the mug over.

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    Paint with brush strokes made in the same direction for the cleanest look. To paint small or elaborate details, use a fine-tipped paintbrush. To paint solid colors or the background of the mug, use a larger brush. Fewer strokes will create a smoother finish. Wipe any excess paint off of the brush each time you dip it in the paint to avoid lumps.

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    Apply several layers of paint to create deep colors.

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    Allow the paint to dry in-between coats for the length of time recommended by the paint’s manufacturer.

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    Follow the instructions on the bottles of paint to bake the paint onto the mug with the oven. Most paints will require only a short time baking at a low temperature.

Mar

12

The Ceramic top table design ideas

By Ceramic Design



Ceramic top table design ideas

Interior design ideas, Ceramic top table design ideas

 

Feb

8

Ding ware

By Ceramic Design



White Glazed Ding Ware Bowl with Incised Design Northern Song Dynasty (11th-12th Century); Porcelain, Musée Guimet 2418

Ding (Wade-Giles: Ting) ware was produced in Ding Xian (modern Chu-yang), Hebei Province, slightly south-west of Beijing. Already in production when the Song emperors came to power in 940, Ding ware was the finest porcelain produced in northern China at the time, and was the first to enter the palace for official imperial use. Its paste is white, generally covered with an almost transparent glaze that dripped and collected in “tears,” (though some Ding ware was glazed a monochrome black or brown, white was the much more common type). Overall, the Ding aesthetic relied more on its elegant shape than ostentatious decoration; designs were understated, either incised or stamped into the clay prior to glazing. Due to the way the dishes were stacked in the kiln, the edged remained unglazed, and had to be rimmed in metal such as gold or silver when used as tableware. Some hundred years later, a Southern Song era writer commented that it was this defect that led to its demise as favoured imperial ware. Since the Song court lost access to these northern kilns when they fled south, it has been argued that Qingbai ware (see below) was viewed as a replacement for Ding.

Although not as highly ranked as Ru ware, the late Ming connoisseur Gao Lian awards Ding ware a brief mention in his volume Eight Discourses on the Art of Living. Classified under his sixth discourse, the section on “pure enjoyment of cultured idleness,” Master Gao says:
“The best sort has marks on it like tear-stains… Great skill and ingenuity is displayed in selecting the forms of the vessels…”

Jan

2

Ceramic Cup

By Ceramic Design



Drinkware Type: Mugs Material: Ceramic Ceramic Type: Clay
Certification: CE / EU Feature: Eco-Friendly Place of Origin: Jiangxi China (Mainland) Model Number: RYH140 Color: blue and white
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Detail: 10pcs into a box or carton. all packing must be carefully
Delivery Detail: 15-45days

Specifications
Ceramic cup
High quality and reasonable price
With chinese characteristics
Small order accepted

Chinese Ceramic cup painted blue lotus inside. 100%hand made. Eco-friendly products.

Item no:RYH140
Dimensions: 3centimeters high * 7centimeters diameter
Condition: very good to excellent used-no chips or cracks.

Package: 10pcs into a box or carton. all packing must be carefully

Delivery time: 15-45days
FOB Shanghai

Jan

2

Beautiful Ceramic Fair Cup

By Ceramic Design



Drinkware Type: Mugs Material: Ceramic Ceramic Type: Clay
Certification: CE / EU Feature: Eco-Friendly Place of Origin: Jiangxi China (Mainland)
Model Number: RYR108 COLOR: blue and white
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Detail: 10pcs into a box or carton. It must be packed carefully
Delivery Detail: 15-45days

Specifications
Cup for drinking tea, milk, coffee
Good quality and cheap price
It is a eco-friendly product
We accept small order

Features:

Item No: RYR108

Material: fine ceramics

Size: 4.5 centimeters high, 10 centimeters diameter.

Place of origin: Jingdezhen China

Package: 10pcs into a box or carton. It must be packed carefully.

Description:

Ceramic Fair Cup, handmade by experienced artist.It has fine painter and best workmanship.

Use fair cup to drink tea is a joy, it can ensure the tea with same aroma,same color and same concentration.

Apr

15

Stafford Rick Ceramic Design

By Ceramic Design



Stafford Rick Ceramic Design in Bainbridge Island, WA is a private company categorized under Vitreous China Table and Kitchenware. Current estimates show this company has an annual revenue of 20,000 and employs a staff of approximately 1. Companies like Stafford Rick Ceramic Design usually offer: Porcelain Tableware, Discount Tableware, World Tableware, Cheap Tableware and Square Dishes.

Stafford Rick Ceramic Design also does business as Eagle Harbor Stoneware .

 

 Location Type

 

 Single Location

 

 Annual Sales (Estimated)

 

 20,000

 

 Employees (Estimated)

 

 1

 

 SIC Code

 

 3262, Vitreous China Table and Kitchen Articles

 

 NAICS Code

 

 327112, Vitreous China, Fine Earthenware, and Other Pottery Product Manufacturing

 

 Products, Services and Brands

 

 Information not found

 

 State of Incorporation

 

 Information not found

 

 Years in Business

 

 30

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Oct

3

Alex Shimwell

By Ceramic Design



Alex Shimwell BA(Hons) Ceramic Design

Throwing is a meditative process, I make my ware intuitively letting the communication between my mind, hands and clay reach its own conclusion. I use reduction glazing and layer the glazes over one another to allow the glaze to act autonomously within the kiln environment.

Oct

3

Amanda Bowles

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Amanda Bowles BA(Hons) Ceramic Design

design ceramics for use within a domestic interior. My forms and surfaces take influence from details observed in architecture and I am interested in responding to the aspirations of the more adventurous client.

Sep

29

Alex Land BA(Hons) Ceramic Design

By Ceramic Design



I am concerned with creating simple solutions to everyday ceramic tableware products with the main inspiration deriving from contemporary architecture exploring form and function in equal parts.