Sunday, 7 March 2010

New pots from the kiln

I spent most of the day working in the new workshop
building two new benches and some wedging tables.
But I was also able to open another kiln load of pots from the kiln.
I was pleased with this load because I managed to fit lots in.
The Tall Jug here was fired laying on it's side which saved me some height
that enabled me to fit an extra shelf in.
Making this one of the most cost effective firings I have done.
More pics of the new workshop later when I've completed the wedging tables.

Happy Sunday all !

2 comments:

Hollis Engley said...

Looks like a good firing, Paul. You've got the routine down now, haven't you? Denise Marcoux was showing me the two handled bowls she and Chris bought from you last autumn. She says they're great for chowder and other soups and is encouraging me to do the same. Hmmmm ...

ang said...

looks like a good load paul i like the flashing on the jug yummo!

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