" If I manage to find two gems in a load of experiments, I should be happy." (Unfortunately, I've been getting way too used to smashing work again... we are missing an easy dozen of "Crash and Burns" posts that may never get posted. I'm still adjusting to the new time constraints of living full time in the gardens rather than the studio.)
What studio time that's been available, has been filled with lots of tests.
Luckily, a single success is an excuse to play in a field of failures.
Bisqued and given a black wash before being glazed with a clear Chun on the exterior and a Nuka glaze used as a liner. The result is very heavy crazing in the Chun. (This combo doesn't "ping" when flicked, but I like the depth of the surface.)
The additional difference is that when the Nuka is used at the lip, it feels odd. Kind of like like drinking with a swollen lip.