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Twelve electric wheels are located in a large work area, next to shelves for drying pots and tables for hand-building.

Electric Wheels and Work Area

 

This gas "car" kiln is used for firing pottery with high fire reduction glazes. The pottery shown here is ready to be unstacked. The same room has another large gas kiln for firing bisque ware, as well as an electric kiln.


 

These "bakery carts" provide a storage area for bisqued pots that have had glazes applied, and are ready for the final firing.

Glazed ware ready for the glaze kiln

 

Other carts hold student greenware, ready for the first firing to transform them into bisque ware.

Student greenware

 

One room at the Guild is dedicated to chemical storage and glaze preparation, as well as clay reprocessing and storage.

Chemical room

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