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Ceramics - Functional Category

There are two methods of firing that I use: one is Cone 6 Oxidation Firing, the other is Cone 10 Reduction Firing.

Clay fired at Cone 6 Oxidation in an Electric Kiln is clay designed to mature (vitrify) at temperatures in the 2,200 Fahrenheit range.  Stoneware and Porcelain are available that meet this criteria.  When the clay is vitrified it is waterproof and will not absorb water.  This clay is fired with lead free glazes and is food and dishwasher safe.

Clay fired at Cone 10 Reduction in a Gas Kiln is clay designed to mature (vitrify) at temperatures in the 2,400 Fahrenheit range.  Stoneware and Porcelain are available that meet this criteria.  When the clay is vitrified it is waterproof and will not absorb water.  This clay is fired with lead free glazes and is food and dishwasher safe.

 
Carved Vase
6" x 4" x 3"
SOLD

Waterfall Covered Jar
6" x 4" x 3"
Available at Connie Finchum's Studio
  Small Vases and Bowl
Vases and Bowls
Available at Connie Finchum's Studio
 
Waterfall Straw Plate
Plate
Available at Connie Finchum's Studio
 
 
Blue Rutile Covered Jar
Shown Above
7" x 4" x 4"
Available at Connie Finchum's Studio

Black with red Accents
Shown Above
14' X 4.5" X 4.5"
SOLD
     

 

 

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