Give it away... I dunno, now might be a good time to sell that sorta stuff, if you can find a buyer. Then again, I'm sure the recipients are pretty thankful to not pay anything. Pays to have an artist for a friend, hehe.
For some reason our celadon tends to do that. I'm not sure if it's the recipe or what. The celadon is in a 50 gallon bucket so it does easily get tainted, maybe that's it. I do put it on rather thick though (a long dip in a completely dry/unwashed pot). And wherever the blue rutile was put over celadon it turns sort of brown (I dipped it about halfway down, and again 1/4 the way down). But really close up there's a bunch of tiny light blue specks!
Sure thing I'll get you that recipe soon. Possibly Saturday, if not Tues.
I've used it on a few of my pitchers in the gallery. One of my favorite glazing combos is celadon with the top dipped in the blue rutile I've got an altered wheel-thrown pitcher that's just been bisqued, can't wait to throw some glazes on that one!