Wood-fired Stoneware and Porcelain
Out of the fire comes the history, creation, and artistry of wood-fired wares. Includes in-depth studies of contemporary kiln designs, complete with schematics and photos, an analysis of the firing process, clays as they relate to woodfiring, and contemporary expressions in woodfiring from 1900 to present.
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The Work at La Borne
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