And cantering down the home straight:
Colander 8: The pouring colander, which can tip its contents into a saucepan or bowl without dribbling sideways over the edges of the receiving vessel.
Colander 9: The scoopy-outy colander, for removing small items from large volumes of water, for example a bucketful of crab apples being washed, or skimming floating stuff from the surface of large volumes of water (don’t ask).
Colander 10: The funnel colander, for straining fluid into narrow-necked vessels – for infusions, perhaps. Or beef tea.
So – now I’ve just some waiting time while they dry thoroughly, then into the kiln. Then the glazing. And glazing colanders is a real challenge.