There were about 80 or 90 pots in the firing. I unpacked this lunch time after much procrastinating and avoiding the issue.
There are 3 that are under fired and one that broke. How’s that for a success rate? Am rather in shock if truth be told.
Horse chestnut plate.
Mugs mugs mugs. Not all 50 of the mugs got into this firing, so some will get the next round. There are lots though.
I think this mug is my favourite pot from it.
The Queen’s Jubilee plate was in there too, I forgot to take a picture. I’ll get one tomorrow.
This is that very slippy sloppy jug that I showed freshly decorated a couple of weeks back. I could see this pot throughout the firing, it was sitting just to the right of a spy hole, near the top of the kiln above the bag wall.
They are all pretty much good, I’m stunned and surprised. In many ways they are too good if that makes sense, they are extremely clean and well you know potters, never happy, I’d like a bit more umph, a bit more evidence of wood firing. I want to go again, let me at the kiln again, oh I need more pots first and this weekend is Spring Fling so got to finish getting ready for that. Do come and see the pots if you get a chance this weekend, it’s on the 2nd to 5th June, 10.30 till 5.30 each day.