Sunday, June 12, 2016

First of this year’s wood-fired pots

I continue to dabble in making bonsai pots, but my output is negligible as usual. It becomes especially obvious when I see hundreds of pots coming out of the kiln (image above) and only two of them are mine (images below).

Images above show two round wood-fired stoneware pots. The one on the left is blue glaze 17 x 8.5 cm and the one on the right is rutile glaze 14.5 x 6 cm.

Images above show another two pots. They are electric kiln stoneware. The one on the left is round, carving and underglaze decoration, celadon glaze, 14 x 5 cm. The one on the right is free-form square with rounded corners, iron oxide and rutile glaze 11 x 3 cm.

These pots are not exceptional, but they are an improvement to the previous lot (see

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