Tuesday, June 7, 2011

It was hot and humid with low breeze

which made the conditions very good for firing the kiln.
We had one of those kiln loads that you wish for anytime you are firing.
The Pots glazed, loaded and the weather.
The weather was just right for a gas firing.
Hot, yet not too hot.
Humid, but not too humid.
Breeze, slight very slight.
The cones top to bottom, close within a hair of one another.
Unloading to continue.




Back with more later,
M

11 comments:

Linda Starr said...

Love the red swirls, congrats on a great firing.

Judy Shreve said...

oooh aaaahhhh! Those are some sweet looking pots! Can't wait to see more!

TropiClay Studio said...

Gorgeous!

Kings Creek Pottery said...

Wow! You got some amazing results...love the pitcher with the red design and the mugs on the third shelf~ delicious!!!
Congratulations

PS the kiln looks pretty wonderful too ;)

Tracey Broome said...

Oh yeah!

Anna said...

Wonderful! And so nice to read about a firing with ideal conditions...so many stories include hail, high winds and cold rain!

Michèle Hastings said...

beautiful! love it when the temperature is even top to bottom

Kellie Jensen said...

Beautiful stuff! I really love that creamy looking pitcher at the top.

Gary's third pottery blog said...

so totally gorgeous :)

Arte Cerâmica Zen said...

wonderfull.......artwork and about firing.....

cookingwithgas said...

You are all so kind! It felt good now to get it all over the yard to the shop!