This snowflake or ice crackle glaze is tricky. It needs to be applied thick so the effect of the glaze will shine in all its beauty. When there are already many millimeters of raw glaze on, the weight of the glaze makes it move down in firing causing the drips. This is one-of-a-kind drip that has not happened to me before. Commonly I get just a bit movement downwards, but those drips gently touched the surface of the kiln shelve. It appears as if there are three legs.
One photo shows the dripping from underneath the pot where you also see my common finish of the vessels, where the bottom side is quite widely unglazed. I love the effects this brings out and the silky-smooth raw clay. In the middle is my small mark I add to all my work, a small letter K, the first letter of my name. The mark I add as the last thing, as of signing off and saying its done and ready.