Sort of looks like pumpkin pie
All wedged up... we have dubbed it "505" clay, since our new address is 505 E Main St.
Jeff made quite a few purty little cups.
This little cup, made with our 505 clay, was fired in the wood kiln during FireFest.
I believe that this is also the glaze that Jeff made from another clay, also found on our property. It's glazed with nuka. The clay fires in wood to a nice toasty orange. We are going to fire a bisque this weekend so that Jeff can take few of his cups, made with 505, to Mungyeong, S. Korea. While there, they will be fired in one the traditional kilns in the area. I can't believe how quickly this trip has come up. So much to do and so little time!!