Thursday, March 18, 2010
Here are a few of my pots that me ladies delivered from the Sheridan wood firing. A couple of water buckets and a tea pot set. I made small so that they would have more room in the kiln. It takes just as long to make small as to make big and no one ever buys small. They think big cups give you more for your money .
Here are a couple of my ladies boxes fired in our gas kiln. We call this Britt's Crack since he gave us the idea to apply shino to bisqued pots, rebisque them and then rub in stains to the cracks and high fire them. One has our mirror black rubbed into it and the other black iron oxide. The black iron oxide one is killer in real life. Check out John's blog for some great thoughts about glazes.