This first one was done in a white stoneware clay. I put burgundy underglaze in the recesses of the stamped design and then added 2 coats of the olive glaze over top. I then fired it to cone 5.
I used the same exact clay for this pendant. I added the burgundy underglaze the same way and added 2 coats of the olive glaze just as I did on the other. I fired it to cone 5 and LOOK! See all of that blue in there? See the ghost like mist around the stamped image? None of that is present in the first one.
The only time I can say I will get the exact same result is when I use underglazes under clear glaze. That has always been reliable and boring... lol I quite like the mystery of opening the kiln lid when I use colored glazes instead. However, when someone wants a commissioned pendant to be exactly like another, that can be both frustrating and impossible.
The second pendant is available in my Etsy Shop along with two others like it.