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All the pots are thrown in Red Earthenware, and often have a thin coat of white slip
before being bisque fired.
The glazes are all made by Paul , from his recipes ,with ingredients such as tin
oxide, copper carbonate, iron oxide, and of course siliceous compounds.
The glost firing is partially reduced to give the subtle pinks, reds, and lustre
effect, it also means that no two pots are ever the same.
Each vase , bowl , bottle or platter is completely unique,and although similar effects
can be repeated, each combination of shape and colour gives each piece of pottery
it’s own special character.