Here you can see the hanging bird feeders in front of the tall lamps and some one stick jugs (one stick of clay - about 8 lbs weight).
Nice tenmoku on this cut handled platter.
The Orton cones (we set them in a dragon or fish design so that we may sell them at the end of the firing) are fairly even apart from the back dragon which is kind of flat!
Large sized handled bowls with micro candle holders (tea lights).
This tall vase of Hugh's in the white dolomite glaze has suffered from a rosy red bottom (cheeky) as the copper red has leeched over to it during the firing.
Some wall mounted bird feeders that I made the other week.
But she didn't stir the tenmoku up very well ( easy mistake to make if you haven't raw glazed before as it looks OK much like a bisc glaze when you give it a wee stir and too thick when it's done right if you get my drift), I'm sure she will get it right next time.
Big salt pigs came out dingadong too!
Only got one of the banks in this firing (I always think my kiln is bigger than it really is, it's better to have too many pots to pack than not enough don't you think?)
Lemon squeezers with Penny stile candle sticks
I only put two of the smaller wall platters in this firing as our clay is very tight (no grog) so I have to be sure that large ware is totally dry. (You can' really see the combing in this picture but it's there I'll try some more photo's later).