..Like Something Fresh From The Oven". This fine looking set of oval bakers just came out today. Notice they have a "grill" pattern in the bottom which makes baking fish a little nicer.
Even after all this time I still try different cycles of working to see what works best. Since I have not been firing the wood kiln, I was trying to do a more 7 to 10 day cycle, throw a load, bisque, glaze, fire. Lately it has been drifting to more of a wood type cycle, even though it is all gas fired. Throw a whole lot, fill the shelves, then set up to bisque, bisque, fire, fire til they are all gone. I have fired two *10's in the last two days and will at least fire another Wednesday (maybe one more Thursday if needed). That longer cycle is what I was used to for lo' that many years, and maybe it is still the best for me. Time will tell.
If the slip trailed plates turn out, I will post pictures in a few days.
Shop is getting a crowd as weather lets up. Thanks to everyone for their support.
I am a studio potter with a shop and gallery at the edge of the Great Smoky Mountains in Tennessee. One wife, three kids, and one yellow dog. I have a two chamber, cantenary wood kiln, and a gas kiln. High fire stoneware and porcelain table and service ware.