Wood-fired Series

The unique part of the wood-firing technique is that Wood kilns can not only produce temperatures of 1400°C (2,500 °F), wood fires also produce fly ash and volatile salts. This complex interaction of ash, salts, minerals in the clay and the flame itself are what give wood-fired ceramics their unique characteristics.


Placement of pieces within the kiln also greatly affects the pottery’s final appearance, pieces closer to the fire may become immersed in embers and ash, while those further from the flame may only be lightly touched by ash effects and salt.



ø 6.7cm x5cm (H)





Wood-Fired Ceramic Carved Tea Cup