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Woodfired Ceramics

When wood firing ceramics, wood is used to fuel the kiln. As the temperature slowly rises, ash from the burning wood accumulates on the pots. Around 2,400 degrees Fahrenheit, the wood ash melts and forms a natural glaze on the work. The melted ash, combined with the atmosphere inside the kiln, and the chemical make up of the clay and glazes provide the rich surfaces seen on the pieces.

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