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After a student works hard on their first piece, they often say,

Yes. There is a big difference between what your piece looks like when it is still in the clay stage and what it looks like after it is fired. I always tell my students that it is imperative that they fire their first pieces. I guarantee that if they do not like it, I will exchange it for the same amount of silver clay. I have never had a student take me up on it. However, once students can tell from experience what the finished piece will look like, I back up their decision to reconstitute the clay and start over.

Sallie Bly

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