1 – Throwing a cylinder.
2-3 – Creating grooves on the outer surface.
4 – Applying sodium silicate on the outer surface.
5 – Drying the outer surface with a heat gun.
6 – Applying a coat of white clay.
7-11 – Expanding the outer rim of the pot.
12 – Cracks are examined on a stopped wheel.
He attaches the feet later when the pot is leather hard. After drying, the pot is bisque fired and given a ‘wash’ with iron oxide to highlight the cracks. After that it is fired to stoneware temperature.