Form - Sundragon Pottery
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Gold mark art has started a series that tells you how to spot a good pot:
Goldmark Guide | How to Spot a Good Pot: Form (Pt. 1)

 Nic Collins

Good pots begin and end with form. Strip away everything else – the decoration and the firing, who its maker was, where, when and how it has been made – and all that remains is a pot’s shape, its silhouette. No amount of glaze wizardry, decoration, or potting kudos can save a bad form.

pic and text taken from aforementioned article
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