Wood & Soda Fired Puff Vessel with Crawing Glaze Interior


PLEASE NOTE the interior glaze of this pot is crawling a bit; please see the last photo. It doesn't leak, but the pot is still discounted.

Approx 4”W x 4.75”H.

This vessel was wood-fired in the East Creek anagama in Willamina, Oregon - a 40' kiln fired entirely with oak and fir. This process involves 2-3 days of loading the kiln, 5-6 days of firing (which requires 24/7 attention from a rotating crew of 3-5+ people, in 8 hour shifts for the entire duration of the firing - both for stoking the kiln, and constantly chopping wood to ensure there is enough to feed the 120+ hour firing), then two weeks of waiting for the kiln to cool, and 1-2 days to unload and clean up (clean up includes grinding glaze/glass off the many shelves with an angle grinder, grinding and vaccuming out the kiln floor, etc). Then the pots are cleaned with a dremmel and/or sandpaper. Some photos of the process can be seen on the "Wood Firing" page of my website.