Glaze out bisque in.

The kiln is working hard at the moment for the last couple of weeks and the next 10 days or so it’s in – on – up – cool- out – in – on – up – cool – out – in – on – up – cool – etc etc up until Potfest which I am looking forward to other than the fact that at this show I have gotten used to always having a helper but this year Paul is racing that same weekend so I am back to being on my own again.

The Christening bowl is out from it’s glaze firing and I am really pleased with it. I hope the recipient likes it as much as I do.
The chalices and communion plate were also finished today and they have been collected and will be on their way to Uganda on thursday. International pots!

This little stack of boxes full of pots is awaiting a journey down south to the Dartington Cider Press Centre. Hopefully they will be there by the weekend. I managed to bang my nose on the splash tray of my wheel today, hurt quite a lot.
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3 Responses to Glaze out bisque in.

  1. Anna says:

    I cant help but wonder how you managed to bang your nose on the splash tray…? Absolutely love the bowl. You do such fine work!

  2. jimgottuso says:

    christening bowl came out beautifully, can't imagine they won't be thrilled, it's lovely

  3. Lovely stuff, as usual, Hannah. Tell us what kind of ideas the church gave you for the communion set. I'm curious about how much leeway you had on design.

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