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How To Produce Handmade Pottery Using Low-fire Pottery Firing Process

The term low-fire in pottery refers to firing processes that are done at a relatively low temperature, typically cone 04 to cone 06. The term also describes clay bodies and glazes that are suitable for low-fire firing. The basic steps involved in firing low-fire pottery include drying the greenware, bisque-firing the pot, glazing, then firing again.

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Top Types Of Clay And Glazes

Pottery is one of our oldest handicrafts, and it is still used just as much today as in prehistoric times when men and women first discovered that wet clay left out in the sun dried and became hard.

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Top 7 Glazing Pottery Tips

Pottery is one big, never-ending learning process . For me, one of the most important responsibilities of being a maker is to share the knowledge I have accrued over the years - if we don’t share, our craft is not understood- if it’s not understood it’s unlikely to be valued so in that spirit here is my third in my series of Top Tips for Potters...my long awaited 7 Top Tips on Glazing. Enjoy!

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