Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Taking down the door and some quick looks

We are slowing opening up the kiln.
There is still a whole mess of heat in there and even with rain it is still a tad muggy out there, what did I expect spring?

Here is a quick look in the kiln at the Beer Mugs for Four Saints, soon to be Asheboro's finest brewery,
Pretty nice.
More coming...
M

24 comments:

Sue Pariseau Pottery said...

Love the beer mugs!

cookingwithgas said...

Thanks Sue- you are up nice and early!

Becky said...

Don't you just let out a big sigh of relief when you start taking down the door and see all those beautiful glazes? :)

cookingwithgas said...

It does help Becky... back to it.

Anna M. Branner said...

It's Christmas! Again! That's how I feel anyway when I open my little kiln. :) SO beautiful!

Barbara Rogers said...

Looking good there! Thanks for posting so we can see!

Tracey Broome said...

oohhhh, lots of prettiness!! Is there a blue cruet?!

Linda Starr said...

Lookin real good.

littlewrenpottery.co.uk said...

Wow beautiful! Those swirly mugs are gorgeous. Great work!

smartcat said...

The mugs look terrific. It looks like you got some good teapots and the BIG GUYS!!! Yes!!

Dennis Allen said...

I think those beer mugs would make anything taste better. Did the cruets make it through ok?

Kings Creek Pottery said...

Yum, Yum, Drool, Drool!! Looks like an awesome firing~ WaaHoo!!
:)

cookingwithgas said...

TB- yes there are cruets in the blue.
Yes cruets did come through fine, thank you Dennis for asking.
The mugs for 4 saints are winners.

I will post about a loser late... but there has to be a few of those in a kiln this size.

Thank you all for the support and kind cheers!

Lori Buff said...

Another nice kiln load. I may need one of those beer mugs.

cookingwithgas said...

I am starting a list if you want one of the mugs- next kiln since these are already sold- email me!

Hollis Engley said...

Looks pretty damn good, Meredith. I do love that iron red you guys have.

Julia said...

Ms M - Thank you for the jelly recipe, sounds yummy and I am excited to try it!

Those beer mugs are amazing.

cookingwithgas said...

Thanks Hollis- you know I love a good iron red.

Julia- I hope I was clear on my jelly making. Let me know how yours comes out.
M

angela walford said...

oh heck out that top shelf!!! looking good M

angela walford said...

oops dropped a "c" check!!

Susan Wells said...

Wow. Gas. So neat and clean and beautiful!

cookingwithgas said...

Hey Ang- heck works just as well- glad you noticed the blues they came out really well.
Hello Susan- thanks, I do like the gas cooking.

Gary's third pottery blog said...

gorgeous and luscious pots mmmmmm :)

Laurie said...

Lots of pretty things!