I accidentally tapped my finished bowl with the air hose nozzle, causing a chip in the rim and a 3" hairline crack. The blank consisted of 2 layers of 2mm Reactive Cloud Opal, fused, slumped into a shallow mold, slumped into a deeper mold, draped over the mold (inverted), then cold worked. It was as close to perfection as I've ever achieved... until I chipped it! I'm thinking of draping it again over the same inverted mold using a standard full-fuse schedule (with a slow ramp of 100 degrees per hour) in the hope that the crack will seal up. What do you think? If that is successful, I could then deal with the chip in a number of ways.