Wednesday, 7 April 2010

Pottery Kiln - unloaded

The second Glaze firing in the new workshop.
This is the second shelf.
and this is the whole load on the table.
More Blue as you can see, but it does keep selling
so this time I've made a few more items in blue to test the market.

I finally got these extra shelves up and stocked.

These three store jars were supposed to have wording sgraffito'd in
but I forgot to do it before I biscuit fired them, well actually I did remember but by that time they were at the bottom of the kiln and I had just finished stacking the top shelf.
so maybe next time.
These are the jugs I showed earlier when they had just been slipped.

and this is one of my favorites, I love the simplicity
of the white slip on black.

7 comments:

Dirt-Kicker Pottery said...

Lovely kiln opening. I like the green glaze so much.
Cindy

Christine--RHP said...

woo!! it all looks gorgeous!! And the blue contrasting with the brown is really lovely.

Hollis Engley said...

Those big tankards look familiar, Paul. Looks like a good firing.

ang said...

nice door shelves...

jimgottuso said...

yummy pots paul... i like the blue. i know a lot of people poo poo the blue but that a nice dark hue and over the complimentary color of the orange clay, i think it looks rather handsome

Tracey Broome said...

Hate to tell you mate, but I think the blue is going to sell! It's really a great shade of blue, very nice :)

doug Fitch said...

A great selection of forms and colours, lovely stuff PJ

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