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The two halves that make up the plaster mould for a teapot are secured together with bands. Then, using a technique called slip-casting, a liquid mixture of clay and water known as 'slip', is poured into the top of the re-usable mould, through the spout section of the teapot. The 'slip' has to be poured by hand, rather than pumped, in order to prevent air bubbles becoming trapped under the lip where the lid fits, and causing defects in the finished teapot.
   

The two halves that make up the plaster mould for a teapot are secured together with bands. Then, using a technique called slip-casting, a liquid mixture of clay and water known as 'slip', is poured into the top of the re-usable mould, through the spout section of the teapot. The 'slip' has to be poured by hand, rather than pumped, in order to prevent air bubbles becoming trapped under the lip where the lid fits, and causing defects in the finished teapot.


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Photographer: Nicola Stocken - See more from this photographer
 
Image Number:   0621130
 
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The two halves that make up the plaster mould for a teapot are secured together with bands. Then, using a technique called slip-casting, a liquid mixture of clay and water known as 'slip', is poured into the top of the re-usable mould, through the spout section of the teapot. The 'slip' has to be poured by hand, rather than pumped, in order to prevent air bubbles becoming trapped under the lip where the lid fits, and causing defects in the finished teapot.

The two halves that make up the plaster mould for a teapot are secured together with bands. Then, using a technique called slip-casting, a liquid mixt...


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