My pit fired pots

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My pit fired pots

Post  Bollesz on Thu Jul 16, 2009 11:47 am

Good day my friends!

My english language is very bad. I hope you understand what I write.
Last veek fired these handmade, shohin pots in pit.
I'd like to share with you. I hope you will like!
I look forward to the reviews!

Have a nice a day!

Bollesz












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Re: My pit fired pots

Post  mr treevolution on Sun Jul 19, 2009 11:17 am

Look great do those !
I really like the one with the uneven top edge. Really wish i had the facilities and time to make some of my own, one day maybe!

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Re: My pit fired pots

Post  Klaudia & Martin on Sun Jul 19, 2009 3:51 pm

Hello Bollesz

First to start with.....your fotos are not really good. It's not easy to "judge" your pots than.
So here's a little "photoshopping" to start......









Best regards
Martin

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Re: My pit fired pots

Post  prestontolbert on Sun Jul 19, 2009 7:55 pm

Sorry Martin, the photoshopping didn't seem to help much. Sad Smile
Bollesz-
Depending on how you treat the pots and where you live, pit-fired pots may or may not be able to withstand the environment. With freeze/thaw, they will be destroyed, and hard water can permanently scar the surface of a low fired pot. The good news is that I know a guy who is experimenting with high firing pieces with a terra sig, then pit firing. You get an impermeable stoneware with a smokey surface.
-PT

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