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Burnt Blush

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4"x3.5"x3.5" cork included

appearing as if made out of toasted copper, this handheld pouring vessel is an example of very beautiful blushing from the atmosphere of the firing process.

Anagama Woodfired Stoneware glazed with a matte white liner glaze; foodsafe

This specific type of Firing begins by loading the kiln for approximately 3-5days. Once the 4 chamber kiln is loaded, a team of individuals sits watch, 24 hours a day for between 3 and 5 days. Progressively, since the only fuel source is Oak and Cedar logs, the stokers continually add to the fire, as frequently as every 5 to 7 minutes. The blushed surface comes solely from wood ash, as it flows over every surface in the kiln.


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